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The Iron Chef competition was held with the Year 13 group at British International School of Chicago - South Loop last week. The students were given basic ingredients for a chicken parmesan dish and they added in their own special ingredient to make an “original” dish. Although not every original dish looked appetizing, the students got to make a mess and learn some useful cooking skills!
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September is a great month for apples. That's why our team is focused on serving meals that feature apples to our students. Check out the great display from Glenbrook North High School and the tasty apples with peanut butter/sunbutter at Mundelein High School.
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It's a great day for a Quest food photo shoot! Tiffany from Mundelein High School District 120 is here today to help showcase fresh, wholesome, and scratch made food we provide to our students. Stay tuned for some finished proofs!
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This is our new favorite testimonial. Thank you +New Trier High School student!
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Quest has been busy speaking with K-12 school board members at this year's Illinois Associate of School Officials conference. Quest specializes in the K-12 school district, college/university, and corporate dining. We offer catering, consulting services, and expertise in kitchen and dining design. If your school is in search of a new food program, we've got you covered. Stop by our booth and learn what Quest can do for you!
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At the end of the day, the one thing that every organization wants to do is help make a difference. Quest partners with Otis Spunkmeyer to promote "Cookies for a Cause." A program that helps build awareness and rally support for charitable causes that help make a difference. Otis Spunkmeyer donates money on a per case basis on behalf of all vendors/partners that purchase from them. Click the link to read more of the great work Otis does.http://bit.ly/1skwC6f

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We are thrilled to have seven of our schools ranked in +Niche  regional and national list of 2016 High Schools with the Best Food in Illinois.
Illinois Region: #5 Glenbrook South High School #8 Glenbrook North High School, #9 Hinsdale Central, #15 Riverside Brookfield, #22 Minooka Central High School #40 Hinsdale South, #59 Evergreen Park High School

National: #48 Glenbrook South High School, and #59 Glenbrook North High School

We are so proud of the teams at these schools and are thrilled to recognize their hard work!

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We know the importance of supporting local businesses, and we understand the struggles that come with searching for locally sourced products. That's why Quest partners with Gordon Food Services (GFS) to support our mission.

GFS makes it easy to identify our local purchases with NearBuy, a comprehensive, accurate, and reliable product-source database designed specifically for the foodservice industry. NearBuy allows us to identify growers and manufacturers from within 150-miles of the account we are operating in.

Our partnership with our vendors is critical to our success. We work closely with them to specify exactly what we are looking for and they in turn, provide us with a wealth of knowledge that educates us and in turn our clients.

http://bit.ly/205fwbG

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Quest believes that the landscape of the “school cafeteria” has undergone a long overdue overhaul. The variety of food, cuisine, and dining experiences children have available to them today shouldn’t stop at the doors of their school. Instead we believe in offering made from scratch meals, fresh products from local farmers, and an inviting dining environment.
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As we near the last two days of ‪#NationalNutritionMonth‬ we want to highlight the importance of whole grains. Whole grains contain three parts: the bran, the germ and the endosperm. The bran and germ help keep your body healthy, your skin glowing and your hair shiny. Including whole grains as part of a healthy diet has been shown to help reduce cardiovascular disease, lower body weight and reduce incidence of diabetes. Some whole grains are barley, quinoa, oats, brown rice, or whole-grain pastas, breads and cereals. Make sure to check the ingredient list for “whole grain.” To make white flour for baked goods, nutrient-rich parts of the grain – bran and germ – are removed.
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