Child Nutrition

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What's on the Menu:  PSD MENUS

Get ready to join us this Fall for great, healthy meals

Click here to enter our interactive menu webpage to search for your school's Breakfast and Lunch Menu. Access allergens, carb counts, and nutrition details with each daily item. You can download a free app for your phone for menu details at your finegr tips. (see links for Apple & Androids to the Nutrislice app on the school menu page). You can also print menus from the button in the top right corner. Para información en español, haga clic en cada elemento.

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Apply for Free and Reduced Meal Benefits

Please click APPLY NOW to be directed to the web site to apply for free and reduced meal benefits.  If you have any questions, please call 970-490-3557 for assistance.

For Allergen details and more information about our ingredients, use the Ingredient Database. Visit the Special Needs page for more details on meal exemptions and substitutions.

DAILY MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON AVAILABILITY OF INGREDIENTS, SUPPLY ISSUES,  AND/OR CHANGES THAT MAY NEED TO BE MADE. Always work with your school’s nurse and kitchen manager for specific allergen concerns. The purpose of the allergen list is to provide Customers with tools they can use to identify the “major 8” allergens: wheat, milk, soy, egg, fish, shellfish, peanuts, and tree nuts. The allergen list is not inclusive and is limited to the eight (8) FALCPA Allergens. The allergen list does not identify food sensitivities, intolerances to foods or dietary restrictions followed for medical conditions of anyone served food at a school site. Identification of the FALCPA Allergens is dependent on the manufacturer of each product or ingredient in a menu or recipe correctly identifying the attributes of the ingredients in their product or ingredient. Many times our recipes will feature last minute substitutions or changes from our suppliers that we will try to reflect here but don’t always have the ability to change because of site-specific situations. This allergen list does not account for substitutions, alterations, change in supplier, cross-contact in the kitchen, mislabeling by a manufacturer, and failure to update the database with changes right away.

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