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03/30/12

No 'Pink Slime' in Fresh Ground Beef

Nutrition, Sustainability

SAGE Dining Services® does not serve fresh ground beef made with lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), recently referred to as "pink slime." We banned LFTB in 2009, which is just one of the many things we do to provide the highest-quality foods to our customers. We buy fresh, wholesome ingredients which contain no trans fat and no MSG. We prepare foods from scratch, on-site daily which include house-roasted turkey breast and roast beef, and house-made salad dressings. Our milk...

02/10/12

Common Bonds with Common Market

Sustainability

SAGE is a strong supporter of local farm food. Behind the scenes, we are working with Common Market to increase the availability of locally grown food throughout the Philadelphia region. To learn more about Common Market and local food hubs, visit commonmarketphila.org. ...

10/21/11

Food Day 2011

Nutrition, Sustainability, From Our Kitchen

The first ever Food Day will take place on Monday, Oct. 24. Sponsored by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, Food Day is a nationwide grassroots effort to encourage people to push Congress for healthy and affordable food produced in a sustainable and humane way. Whether through lobbying, participating in a community event or making a personal change, Food Day hopes to inspire people to transform the American diet. Though many of the goals for Food Day concentrate...

10/12/11

Explore Meatless Meals During Vegetarian Awareness Month

Nutrition, Sustainability, From Our Kitchen

Vegetarian diets have become mainstream over the last decade, with more people looking to improve their health or help the environment. Former President Bill Clinton's choice of a vegetarian diet even made the news! There are vegetarian recipes in magazines, veggie dishes in restaurants and even a dating website for vegetarian singles. So while the benefits of a vegetarian diet are obvious, what if you can't completely give up meat? October is Vegetarian Awareness Month, making it a great time...

07/28/11

Celebrate Can-it-Forward Day

Sustainability, From Our Kitchen

As with many of the domestic arts, canning has made a big comeback. Sales of home canning equipment have been surging since 2008, in large part due to a growing interest in eating more healthfully and reviving traditions from a simpler time. To capitalize on this trend, Jarden Home Brands -- the makers of Ball canning jars -- has partnered with Canning Across America, a nationwide group of food writers, bloggers and cookbook authors with a passion for canning, to...

07/22/11

Where's the Beef?

Nutrition, Sustainability, From Our Kitchen

[caption id="attachment_5632" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Farmer Shane Hughes with some of his cattle at Liberty Delight Farms."][/caption] Or, perhaps a more appropriate question is, where's the beef from? It's so important to know where your food comes from, and what's in it. Across the United States, SAGE works with farmers to bring locally raised beef, chicken and produce to the schools we serve. One such partner is Liberty Delight Farms, a family-owned and operated business in Reisterstown, MD. Their Simmental...

06/26/11

Additional Tips for Saving Energy This Summer

Sustainability

Conserving electricity lowers energy bills, and the environmental benefits are an added bonus. Here, courtesy of consumer expert Andrea Woroch, are six energy-saving tips for summer. Check a previous blog post for six more tips. 1. Wash Dishes in Batches You might think that hand-washing dishes would reduce both your water and electrical bill, but Energy Star appliances are actually much better for your family finances. The original investment, however, is terribly high. As a simple fix, wait until the...

06/24/11

Easy Ways to Consume Less Electricity This Summer

Sustainability

Whether or not we are motivated by helping the environment, conserving electricity is worthwhile because it can save us money. All over the country, electricity bills are increasing as energy costs in general continue to climb. Here, courtesy of consumer expert Andrea Woroch, are six energy-saving tips for summer. Check back in a few days for six more tips. 1. Go Window Shopping When the weather hits over 90 degrees and it's too hot to be outdoors, leave your credit...

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