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Raising Awareness for Food Allergies

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Each May, Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) dedicates a week to raising awareness around food allergies through events, social media, and education. This year, Food Allergy Awareness Week runs May 12-18. Food allergies are severe and sometimes life-threatening conditions that affect more than 33 million Americans, including about 1 in 13 children, according to FARE. In the schools SAGE serves, 1 in 11 students has a food allergy. A food allergy occurs when the immune system overreacts to a...


All Foods Fit: Enjoy Your Food and Dining Experiences!

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As you already know, All Foods Fit means there are no “good” or “bad” foods. We eat many different foods for many different reasons because food supports us in a variety of ways, such as providing nutritional balance, allowing the opportunity to explore other flavors and cultures, and giving us the chance to create long-lasting memories and enjoy the dining experience. So far we’ve discussed fuel, culture, exploration, and togetherness. The last — but certainly not least — component of...


Celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month

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According to a 2020 Pew Research Center survey, there are about 7.5 million Jewish Americans in the country. Jewish American Heritage Month provides an opportunity to recognize the significant impact they’ve had on U.S. history, culture, and traditions. At the heart of Jewish American heritage is a deep connection to food, which can serve as a means of storytelling and fostering community. Jewish American cuisine continues to evolve, embracing innovation while honoring tradition. From trendy kosher restaurants reimagining...


Sustainability at Kimball Union Academy

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SAGE is committed to sustainability, which impacts every aspect of operations. Part of this commitment includes developing innovative solutions that have a positive impact on people and the planet and partnering with our school communities to make environmentally responsible choices. We caught up with Shawn Jackson, Food Service Director at Kimball Union Academy (KUA), to learn more about how he and his SAGE team partner with the school community to practice sustainability. KUA has a robust sustainability program, which is...


Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, which celebrates the rich cultures, traditions, histories, and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders throughout the history of the United States. As a dining services provider, our celebration revolves around food, so it’s only natural to highlight this month through that lens. Let’s take a look at some of today’s notable Asian American and Pacific Islander chefs and their culinary contributions and achievements. Chef Cristeta Comerford is in charge of...


Meet Rachel Perry, Creator of CCS’ SAGE in the Classroom

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Rachel Perry has a unique benefit of being Food Service Director at Chattanooga Christian School (CCS): She’s a graduate of the school. Rachel, who joined SAGE in July 2021, created SAGE in the Classroom, her program where she collaborates with teachers to integrate culinary lessons into the curriculum, tailored to the subject or topic at hand. She’s come full circle with SAGE in the Classroom. When she was a senior at CCS, she took part in a service project to...


From Our Dietitians: Sustainable Practices in the Kitchen

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With Earth Day around the corner, it’s a good time to reflect on the environmental impact of food and identify steps to create positive change for both people and the planet. We all can practice sustainability at home (check out some ways you can minimize food waste at home here). Here’s how SAGE’s Registered Dietitians — Lesley, Amy, Teresa, Taylor, and Anna — approach sustainability in the kitchen. According to Feeding America, 119 billion pounds of food is wasted every...


Celebrating Arab American Heritage Month

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Arab American Heritage Month is observed in April to recognize and celebrate the contributions of Arab Americans to the United States and to raise awareness about Arab American culture, history, and heritage. The heritage month’s origins can be traced back to 2017 with an initiative by the nonprofit organization Arab American Foundation and its sister organization Arab America. According to the 2020 U.S. census, there are about 3.5 million people in the country who reported Middle Eastern and...


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