[button color=”orange” size=”medium” align=”right” link=””]Sign the Petition[/button] Let’s Get the Sinister Seven Out of Park City’s School Food. Sign the Petition. HIGH-FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP Linked to weight gain, digestive distress, increased levels of triglycerides, and defects in insulin and lipid metabolism. On label: High-Fructose Corn Syrup or HFCS Often found in: Processed and convenience products […]

Trailside Fruit & Veggie Bar

Trailside’s Fruit and Veggie bar is featuring locally grown Utah Peaches from Petersen Farms, along with gorgeous strawberries and fresh melons! Beautiful presentation Trailside Lunch Ladies! Fresh fruits and vegetables are served daily to our children with their school lunch. EATS and the Park City School District are working to bring in more local foods.


Most people are not aware that No Park City Tax Dollars go toward the school lunch program. Money to pay for school lunches comes from three sources: 43% from students buying lunch; 43% from federal reimbursement funds for lower income students; and 14% from State funding. There are about 4,500 students in the Park City […]


Each day the school lunch menu offers food in 5 categories: Fruits Vegetables Whole Grains Meat / meat alternative Milk (low-fat white and chocolate, hormone and anti-biotic free) Each child selects one item from at least 3 of the categories, and one of these items must be either a fruit or vegetable. Fresh fruit and […]

“Healthy eating has been linked to higher grades, better memory, more alertness, faster information processing and improved health leading to better school attendance,” registered dietitian Elisa Zied, author of Feed Your Family Right. Eating Affects Learning Whether students buy school lunch or bring it from home, what they choose to eat affects how they learn. The […]

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