Here at SFE, we are committed to revolutionizing how students are nourished. Everything we do within a school district starts with the students. We will enhance their learning experience by creating healthy eating habits through nutrition education and interactive experiences. Your students are our number one priority. 

SFE specializes only in K-12 nutrition. We are a unique breed of food management experts who share the same culture and calling: “Putting Child Nutrition First.” We want to be sure that all students are well nourished to learn, while still finding the delicious foods they love to eat.

And we believe that the best way to do this is to lead with the highest food quality possible. That means fresh-from-scratch cooking in more than 75% of our meals. It means menus with extraordinary student-approved variety—completely customized for your district. And it means providing the best possible support for your school foodservice team, as we work together to be sure that every student looks forward to eating at school.

Our entire business model is based on doing our best for your students so that they can do their best in school—and in life. Over the years, we also have found that this approach has improved school program participation and revenues in 100% of the schools where we’ve been invited to go.

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