CACFP Meal Plans
Nutritional Brain food… Eat healthy. Be healthy…
DELICIOUS MEAL PLANS
Good Food Matters
Academy 4 Early Achievers are proud to offer kid friendly, healthy, and nutritional meals and snacks to all the children. We work closely with local businesses to source fresh ingredients such as vegetables, fruits and wholegrain, sourcing seasonal, local produce where we can. We understand the need for children to be served nutritional meals if they are to perform their best work during the school day.
By offering a wide range of different options, our children can get a delicious, mouthwatering meal that is packed with goodness and nutrition to stimulate them whilst learning. Our meals contain high quality proteins and wholesome ingredients free of artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.
Our menus are rotated on a regular basis so there is always plenty of choice. We offer a variety of meal plans including breakfast, lunch, and pm snacks. Where possible all our ingredients are locally sourced and based on seasonal produce.
We know how debilitating and serious food allergies can often be. All our teaching staff are fully trained in all aspects of food allergies and are here to answer any questions you may have.
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