A Look at the B4YM Breakfast, Lunch, Supper, and Snack Services

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Formed by education sector leaders in California, Better 4 You Meals (B4YM) is an organization that focuses on providing charter school students with nutritious foods for breakfast, lunch, and supper. Those who are interested in joining the more than 220 schools in Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties that have chosen to enlist the services of Better 4 You Meals can read more about the food provided by the organization below.

1. Breakfast service – B4YM provides a full menu of hot and cold breakfast foods for consumption before school or in the classroom, depending on the needs of the charter school. Schools can also choose to participate in the universal school breakfast program, which offers all students are free breakfast independent of economic need.

2. Lunch service – B4YM believes that children can enjoy healthy food if the meals are prepared with great ingredients and taste good, which is why the organization offers a collection of unique hot lunch menu items to schools. Popular B4YM lunches include cranberry chicken salad sandwiches, chicken penne pasta with marinara and parmesan cheese, and chicken fajitas with rice and beans.

3. After school supper – Charter schools that cater to at-risk students from low-income areas may be eligible to participate in B4YM’s after school supper service. This service reimburses qualifying schools at a set rate for the healthy snacks and dinner meals that the B4YM program provides to students through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

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