In the wake of Hurricane Irma, the destruction witnessed in the Florida Keys was nearly unimaginable. With winds gusts topping 120 mph and major storm surge battering the area, the category 4 hurricane made a direct hit on the collection of islands off the state’s southern tip. Despite mandatory evacuation orders, an estimated 4,000 “conchs,” or residents of the Keys, held their ground, knowing it might be weeks or longer before they were allowed to return following the storm.
Who says school cafeteria menus have to be boring to be healthy? With ongoing concern about nutrition in schools and getting students to start the day with a wholesome meal, Rich’s Foodservice team recently brainstormed a delicious and nutritious breakfast item disguised as a tasty treat. It’s called the “Ultimate Breakfast Round™,” known more affectionately […]