Washington School Nutrition Association
Washington’s potato farm families have long been supporters of WSNA efforts – we’ve been platinum sponsors for 10 years! And these farm families across the state agree that their mission agrees with that of WSNA – We Feed Kids.
The Potato Commission has created a variety of materials and information to help School Nutrition Directors in the very important work that you do. Look below on this page for videos, presentations, recipes , nutrition specifics and information about how and where Washington potatoes grow.
WSNA Annual State Conference
CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES
This year, we will be at Spokane Convention Center for WSNA Annual State Conference, where we learn new things and collaborate with our industry partners and friends.
School Resource Guide
This kit gives you an overview of the many benefits, uses and forms of processed Washington potato products.View Now
To work with Child Nutrition Professionals to develop and implement standardized recipes, create USDA compliant menus, and provide nutrition and culinary focused trainings. View my Recipes Below or visit my site to learn more
Encouraging school foodservice operators to use more poatoes
As America’s Favorite Vegetable, potatoes can help provide students with the nutrients and energy they need to do their best during the school day. That’s why it’s important to remind school foodservice operators that potatoes are not only delicious, but also cost-effective and a nutritious addition to the school menu.
Managing Food Shortages Using a Flex-Menu
Chef Wattles, RDN, is a veteran consultant in child nutrition programs, She is a trainer for the Institute of child Nutrition’s Healthy Cuisine for Kids program and serves on the School Nutrition Association’s National Chef Task Force. She is also a regular consultant to the Washington State Potato Commission for their programs WE FEED KIDS.