MENU Module
Food and Nutrition is proud to offer nutritional analysis software for CE's participating in National School Lunch Program.

The School Cafe - This feature proves schools to market meals to parents and students. School Cafe is MENU Module's online and mobile, branded app. Parents and students can access upcoming school menus and the nutritional content of each menu. A 5-star rating scale for menu items makes it easy for students and parents to provide feedback to the Child Nutrition Department.

Menu Module also offers a simple "pass/fail" (green/red) indicator for food components being offered for daily and weekly menus. The rating can be viewed  before serving meal components so that adjustments can be made. This is also useful during administrative reviews.

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