5 Tips To Get Kids To Eat Salads At Schools
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas A. Farley, Food Policy Coordinator Kim Kessler and Community Affairs Commissioner Nazli Parvizi today joined Whole Foods Market and their Whole Kids Foundation as they celebrated the opening of their new East 57th Street store located at 226 East 57th Street by donating 57 salad bars, valued at more than $300,000, to New York City public elementary schools… Increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables help children develop food preferences and the new salad bars will give thousands of children exposure to fresh produce, helping them learn to make healthy choices for life. The Mayor”
Let kids pick the lettuce, protein and fruit/vegetable combination for an exciting custom salad.3. Half-Size Combos
Offer meal deals by featuring half-size portions of salads, soups, entrees and sandwiches.
4. Menu-Board It
Post salad specials on a menu board at the front of the line, giving salads equal status with hot entrees.5. Seasonal Greetings
Alternate salad ingredients to include seasonal produce.