CARA CARA NAVEL ORANGES
These oranges are thought to be a cross between the Washington navel and the Brazilian Bahia navel. They have a beautiful red or rosy interior and their flavor is very sweet due to low acidity. You'll experience notes of cherry, rose and blackberry. Click here for the Top 10 Ways to enjoy them.
Brussels sprouts were grown possibly in the 13th century in what is now Belgium. They are a cruciferous vegetable related to cabbage, kale and broccoli. They are enjoyed in a variety of applications and are particularly popular during the holiday season in the United States. Try these Great Ways to Enjoy them.
Welcome to the Food Services Division of the Los Angeles Unified School District. We take great pride in being responsible for operating the largest National School Breakfast Program and the second largest National School Lunch Program. This amounts to approximately 650,000 student meals a day!
It is the responsibility of Food Services to assure that the meals we serve to our students are nutritious, healthy, and follow the rules and regulations of the California Department of Education and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Our lunch, breakfast and snack programs are open to all enrolled children in the District.
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Make This Holiday Season the Healthiest and Happiest Ever
All year round, healthy eating is our primary concern. Now in the holiday season we know that you are focused on all those special Holiday meals and parties or a recommitment to healthy eating in the New Year.
Our partners at The Produce For Better Health Foundation recommend the most popular winter fruits and vegetables in season and available at your local grocery store. Go to (www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/whats-in-season-winter) and click on your favorite (pears, apples, oranges, grapefruit, dates, squash, sweet potatoes, turnips, etc.) to see recipes, serving ideas, and nutritional facts.
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We wish you and your families the Healthiest and Happiest Holidays ever!
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