School foodservice directors care as much about making sure kids are well nourished as we do. That’s why our Away From Home business also sponsored the Kellogg’s® Elevate the Plate Challenge with No Kid Hungry. Ten winning school foodservice directors received $5,000 grants to fund efforts to increase school meal participation.
“We know children can be picky eaters, and we also know there is no nutritional value in uneaten food,” said Wendy Davidson, president, Kellogg Away From Home. “We’re excited to learn from school foodservice directors who are creating breakfasts and lunches that bring students to the table.”
Ensuring access to breakfast is one aspect of how we’re feeding people. Click here to learn about our collaboration with food banks on six continents and here for more information about our support of summer feeding programs in North America that play an important role relieving hunger when children are not in school and don’t have access to free- and reduced-price meal programs.