Overview of Chartwells Dining Services :
ChartwellsSchool Dining Services brings fresh ideas and innovative concepts toschool dining services. Chartwells currently manages over 550 publicschool districts. These districts range from one to hundreds ofindividual school locations. We serve approximately 2.5 million studentsin over 4,000 elementary, middle, and high schools across the country.Our customers include kindergarten through twelfth grade, school staff,administration, parents and community members. With over 8,000associates, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the bestschool-dining program possible.
The Chartwells Promise :
Nourishing students is not only our business; it's our commitment to thecommunities we which we serve. Chartwells is a diverse family ofdedicated food and nutrition specialists serving the academic community.We deliver customized solutions that benefit our partners throughinnovative programs.
Did you know...Chartwells new Foodand Nutrition Guidelines make it easier than ever for students to makehealthy food and beverage choices at school. Our new Guidelines:
· Provide more deeply colored, nutrient dense, and fiber rich fruitsand vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, spinach, peaches, broccoli, andbeans;
· Provide more whole grain foods, such as brown rice and whole wheat;
· Encourage lean proteins including vegetarian and plant based;
· Reduce unhealthy fats, sodium, and sugar;
· Include a la carte snacks and beverages that meet our strict Balanced Choices nutritional parameters; and
· Continue Chartwells dedication to earth and community friendlypractices by serving hormone free milk, poultry products without theroutine use of antibiotics, sustainable seafood, cage free shell eggs,and locally grown produce.
For further information, contact our office.
Toni Nagy, Food Service Director
4691 Bearcat Blvd., Bridgeport, MI 48722
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