• Serving independent schools and colleges with since 1990

Picnic Safety

Nutrition, From Our Kitchen

Rising temperatures and blooming flowers mean spring has sprung and more people are taking mealtime outside. These tips will help ensure your food stays fresh and safe for everyone to enjoy. What to pack Consider time and space when planning your outing. Peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, trail mix and crackers are simple options that don't require refrigeration. Vegetables like sliced bell peppers and carrots are easy finger foods. Berries, when in season, offer a sweet treat that requires little...


Food Safety Tips for Your Home

From Our Kitchen

Food poisoning happens more often than we like to believe. The nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach cramps we attribute to the “flu” may actually be caused by foodborne illness. You can minimize the risk of foodborne illness by following these basic safety tips: Keep things clean. Wash your hands with hot soapy water before touching food, and wash them again before you begin working with the next ingredient. Wash cutting boards, knives, bowls and utensils as well. Keep hot foods...


Out & About With Celiac

Nutrition, From Our Kitchensage img

A Celiac or food allergy diagnosis makes it hard enough to eat at home, let alone eating out. That is a whole other obstacle to tackle. Celiac disease isn't something to play around with. Taking chances with what you eat, can make you very sick. With the number of gluten free options available in supermarkets on the rise, more and more restaurants are recognizing the need to add gluten free options to menus. May is Celiac Awareness Month, and this...


More Simple Steps for Healthful Eating


In an earlier post, we offered suggestions from "10 Simple Steps," a nutrition education brochure published by the American Dietetic Association (ADA). The guide is based on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion. Here are the final five "simple steps" for healthful eating. Step 6: Watch for solid fats and added sugar. According to the new USDA Dietary Guidelines, Americans eat too many foods containing...


Logging In...

Forgot Your Password?


Parents: MyKidsSpending | SAGE Careers


Verifying Account...

Lost your password? Please enter your username (which could be your email address). An email will be sent to the account on file with instructions for resetting your password.

An email was sent to the account on file with instructions for resetting your password.

Reset password

Back to log-in


Quick Contact