Tag Archives: cafeteria

One of the priorities of the French government is to give everyone the opportunity to have access to high quality food and be able to enjoy their meal. To address this issue, the Council for economic, social and environmental issues (Conseil économique, social et environnemental, CESE) adopted a resolution titled “Fostering a broader access to […]

One of the actions of the National Program for Food (Programme National pour l’Alimentation – PNA) aims to facilitate access to quality food for all, and more specifically to improve the diet of people who do not have the choice of their meal (for example in hospitals, jails, school cafeterias…) or for the most at-risk […]

Launched in September 2010 by ministries working on food and diet, the PNA adventure involves the private sectors, territorial authorities and the non-profit sector. The main challenges of this plan are to mobilize all stakeholders of the food chain, to recreate a link between the food producer, the product and the consumer, and above all […]

On October 2, 2011, new legislation was passed in France concerning the nutritional balance of lunches served in schools. Several new rules concerning the nutritional quality and the quantity of some products will be implemented in cafeterias serving more than 80 people. Fried food will not be served more than once a week. Fat and […]

It’s September, and that means back to school. For most students in France and the United States, returning to school means readopting the cafeteria diet. For schoolchildren at Langouët elementary school in Brittany (northwest of France), their school-time diet is organic only. That’s right, this elementary school in the commune of Ille-et-Vilaine prepares all of […]