Cafeteria workers schooled on healthy meals kids will eat

Chef instructor Fernando Ocampo, left, with LiveWell Colorado, demonstrates how to make celery more appealing by cutting stalks on the bias into sword shapes during a Thursday training session at Central High School in Grand Junction. Nutritional managers with Mesa County School District 51 attended the session.



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Chef instructor Fernando Ocampo, left, with LiveWell Colorado, demonstrates how to make celery more appealing by cutting stalks on the bias into sword shapes during a Thursday training session at Central High School in Grand Junction. Nutritional managers with Mesa County School District 51 attended the session.

Making nutritious meals from scratch requires a different skill set than dumping processed foods from a box onto a baking sheet. With healthier meals the new normal in School District 51 and…




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