Giving Cafeteria Food a New Reputation

leftover lunchSchools across the nation are implementing healthier lunches for their students with varying success. While some cafeterias choose primarily vegetables, others prepare blander versions of the same cafeteria food they’ve been serving for years. The fly in the cream pitcher, though, is that kids aren’t on board with the nutritious, tasteless food. The answer isn’t simply changing the menu; it’s reassessing the way these foods are prepared. The Quik n’ Crispy offers the same delicious foods prepared with less grease, less fat, and fewer calories.

Tasty and Nutritious Cafeteria Food

There’s no point in adapting cafeteria menus if the kids stop buying school lunches. Food is both fuel and fun: lunch provides kids with energy for the rest of the day. The Quik n’ Crispy greaseless fryer allows educators to provide kids with food they’ll eat with gusto, so they can return to class sated and alert. Students can enjoy lunch favorites like flaky, juicy chicken tenders and crispy egg rolls, and parents can rest easy with the knowledge that these traditional menu items have up to 40% less fat than their fried counterparts.

School Nutrition Magazine

Our commercial hot air ovens have been a staple in Frisco ISD high schools for years, and other schools are taking notice. School Nutrition Magazine, an online publication that studies the healthiest, most efficient and cost-effective food preparation technology, praises Quik n’ Crispy greaseless fryers in their latest publication. Secret shoppers found QNC prepared food both healthy and satisfying. One shopper noted that the Quik n’ Crispy prepares food 30% more quickly than traditional fryers, while another praised the efficiency of the design. Because our commercial greaseless fryers have no hood, food has less grease and fewer calories. The design also decreases clean up, insurance costs, and fire hazards.

Curious about the health, taste, and practical benefits of the Quik n’ Crispy for your cafeteria? Call our office for more information.

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