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Top 10 Most Popular Crossroads Entrées

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We know the students we serve love mac & cheese and pizza, but we also know that their palates can be pretty sophisticated. Crossroads is our dynamic food truck-inspired concept, found at the intersection of fun and flavor. It offers both kid-friendly favorites and creative fusions from around the world. With feedback from our Touch of SAGE® app, our Assistant Director of Menu Development put together a list of the most popular Crossroads entrées in the communities we serve. Check...


Religious and Cultural Holidays in December

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December is a month marked by observance and celebration by several religions and cultures. In recognition of these holidays, we’re highlighting the customs and traditional foods of Hanukkah, Christmas, Yule, and Kwanzaa. Hanukkah This year, the Jewish holiday Hanukkah takes place December 7 through December 15. Hanukkah is an eight-day winter festival of lights, observed through nightly menorah candle lighting, special blessings, songs, and prayer. The holiday celebrates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem after driving out Greek...


On the Road With RDs: Menus of Change

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We’re back with a new edition of our “On the Road” blog series! We’re featuring SAGE Registered Dietitian Amanda Zimmerman, who attended the Culinary Institute of America’s annual Menus of Change conference in June 2023. We caught up with Amanda to hear about her experience and what she learned at this leadership summit. What was the Menus of Change conference about? This annual conference centers on topics that are critically relevant to chefs and operators in the food service industry...



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We’re excited to announce our All Foods Fit campaign! We want to encourage a positive relationship with food and remind you that all foods have a place on your plate. SAGE’s nutrition philosophy is All Foods Fit. This means that there are no “good” or “bad” foods because we eat many different foods for many different reasons. Food supports physical, social, emotional, mental, and cultural well-being — which support overall health. We want to honor and celebrate those reasons! Food...


Meet Michael Chow, Helping Shape Future Leaders

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Mike Chow, Food Service Director at Crofton House School in Vancouver, British Columbia, is known for his inspiring and approachable demeanor. With over 28 years in the food service industry, he’s honed his culinary and leadership skills, but his knack for relationship-building and exceptional customer service makes him a client favorite. “Mike is a respected and well-liked member of our community, extremely easy to work with,” Crofton House Director of Finance Karen Choi said. “I appreciate that he’s open...


Serve It Safely: Our Approach to Food Allergies

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Did you know, according to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), 1 in 13 children in the United States has at least one food allergy? In the schools SAGE serves, 1 in 11 students has been diagnosed with a food allergy. To keep our guests with food allergies safe, we’ve developed a comprehensive allergen safety program called Serve It Safely. Our program begins with menu design. Managers team up with our Registered Dietitians and work closely with each venue to...


International Cuisine: What’s the Difference Between Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Food?

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The Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions are close geographically, which has cultivated similarities in their cuisines over the centuries. Both diets heavily feature vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and nutritious fats from olive oils, nuts, and seeds, as well as less red meat than many other cultures. However, the two aren’t interchangeable — though they’re often confused with each other — and there are several differences that separate them. Countries commonly associated with Mediterranean cuisine most often include those that border...


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 U.S. and Canadian history. 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 the...


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