Florence 1 Schools is excited to welcome Chartwells K-12 as our provider for new and innovative meal options to our students and staff.
Great food begins with the best ingredients, and our culinary teams are passionate about using the freshest locally sourced ingredients that are nutritious and minimally processed.
We listen to students and use their input to develop innovative and exciting recipes and menus that connect with current food trends.
Chartwells K12 chefs have a deep knowledge, understanding and passion for food, and they feel fortunate to be feeding kids and changing the landscape of school nutrition. We are in the business of creating memories that will last a lifetime. We continue to be the leaders in culinary innovation because we are always creating, testing and tasting new recipes and concepts in our kitchens.
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