GREENVILLE, S.C. — Greenville County Schools on Thursday will unveil a food truck, the newest innovation to its food and nutrition services operations.
The truck will be used to feed children free summer meals, and it will be used on a rotational basis throughout the school year as a unique lunchtime alternative.
Greenville County Schools Food and Nutrition Services (FANS) operates under the philosophy that “school food rocks.” Last year, FANS shook up Greenville County Schools' lunch menus with sushi, St. Louis style ribs, Buffalo wings, a mac and cheese bar, a mashed potato bar, Latin Fusion tacos and more innovative dishes.
The food truck announcement comes on the heel of last week's announcement by officials that, beginning in the 2016-17 school year, free breakfast will be offered at all 92 Greenville County Schools locations.
For more information, visit the Greenville County School website.