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InHarvest to Highlight Grain Bowls, Salads Featuring Intact Whole Grains at School Nutrition Association’s National Conference, July 10-12
WHO: Coleen Donnelly, corporate chef, and Tony Klaers, K-12 segment manager.
WHAT: In a fun and educational exercise, nutrition directors and managers can create build-your-own intact-whole-grain bowls that conform to USDA guidelines for schools. Additionally, taste one of the innovative shaker salads developed by Donnelly, a K-12 culinary specialist, which also feature intact whole grains.
Donnelly, in her role as a corporate chef for InHarvest, helps schools and districts nationwide capitalize on the wealth of intact grains available to satisfy nutrition requirements for all meal occasions. She also demonstrates working intact grains into rotations utilizing cooking equipment typically found in school kitchens. For media, Donnelly is expert as a spokesperson on making dishes more appealing and flavorful for the various age and cultural demographics within the K-12 system.
WHEN: Tuesday, July 10, 10:00 am–2:00 pm; Wednesday, July 11, 9:00 am–2:15 pm; and Thursday, July 12, 10:15 am–1:15 pm during the Annual National Conference (ANC) of the School Nutrition Association (SNA).
WHERE: Booth #1874, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd., South,
Las Vegas, Nevada
WHY: InHarvest leads the conversation among nutrition thought leaders to choose “intact” whole grains—grains in which the germ, endosperm and bran remain unseparated during processing—for their greater health and sustained-energy benefits. The company offers dozens of marketable, chef-crafted recipes featuring intact whole grains and grain blends in dishes that satisfy K-12 customers at all meal occasions.
Headquartered in northern Minnesota with operations in California, InHarvest—celebrating its Ruby Anniversary in 2018—is a foremost producer and procurer of some of the world’s most distinctive varieties of grains, legumes and blends for the foodservice, industrial and retail sectors. The company’s dedication to discovering and promoting lesser-known, heirloom grains and pulses is deeply rooted in its 40-year heritage of providing inspiration and solutions to an evolving global food industry. www.InHarvest.com or find InHarvest on Facebook and Twitter.
Brent T. Frei