Nourishing Lives

Red Apple Dining is Nourishing & Enriching Lives.

Research shows we are:

Supporting Good Nutrition Photo of fruit

Children who eat breakfast and lunch prepared by USDA sponsored campus dining, like Red Apple Dining, are less likely to have nutrient inadequacies and are more likely to consume fruits, vegetables, and milk. Learn more here.

Students (5 to 19 years old) are most often getting their healthiest meals at school. Learn more here.

Positively Impacting Health Apple with heart

Campus dining for breakfast has been associated with a lower body mass index (BMI) and lower likelihood of being overweight/obesity. Learn more here.

Eating breakfast made by campus dining has been linked with fewer visits to the school nurse and positive impacts on mental health, including reductions in anxiety and depression. Learn more here.

Promoting a Better Learning Environment Learning Environment

Children experiencing hunger are more likely to be hyperactive, in addition to having behavioral and attention problems more often than other children. Learn more here.

Campus dining for breakfast has been associated with better attendance rates and better test scores. Learn more here.

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