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Welcome to Food and Nutrition Services!

Meals for 2021-2022 School Year

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Free Meals for students during the 2021-2022 SY- Due to a recent USDA waiver, all students will receive free meals during the 2021-2022 SY

Free and Reduced Meal Applications- Free and Reduced meal applications are not required to be completed to receive free school meals for the 2021-2022 SY. Free or Reduced meal status, determined by a FARMS application or Direct Certification by the SC Department of Education, is a requirement to receive the Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) cards that will be distributed by the SC Department of Social Services to eligible families during the school year. Questions regarding P-EBT cards should be directed to the South Carolina Department of Social Services at 800-554-5268 or by email at [email protected] Paper FARMS applications will be available at schools by August 2, 2021. Online FARMS applications are currently available here.

Meals for Virtual Program Students- Virtual program students may receive meals each day by pre-ordering them one business day in advance from the cafeteria manager at their assigned school. FANS managers will work with school administration to determine the appropriate meal pick up times. Proof of GCS enrollment will be required to receive meals.


Supply Chain Issues 

As we begin the 2021-2022 school year, we are facing unprecedented issues with the supply chain that will undoubtedly cause us to alter our posted menus with little to no notice.

We are working very closely with our distributors and manufacturers to secure both the food and supply items needed to support our program, however the availability of these items has been changing on a daily basis.

While it is our intention to serve the posted menu every day at every school, supply issues will not make this possible throughout this school year until the supply chain issues are rectified.

When changes to the posted school menu become necessary, we will attempt to substitute the scheduled menu item with another that is as similar as possible, to the extent we are able to do so, based on the products we are able to receive


Our Vision:

To be an exemplary, continuously improving school food service organization that provides students the highest quality, nutritious school meals possible to support their academic success and promote healthy lifestyles.

Our Mission:

We serve the highest quality school meals, following the strictest food safety practices, providing students the nutrition necessary for success in the classroom while teaching them good eating habits that will promote a lifetime of good health.

Our Beliefs:

We believe...

  • Our students deserve the highest quality, nutritious school meals possible.
  • Students learn best when they are properly nourished.
  • We have the power to positively impact the lives of the students we serve.
  • Integrity and Ethics must lead our decision making process.
  • Effective Leadership is critical for organizational success
  • Employees that are valued produce the best results. 
  • Nutrition education is the shared responsibility of home, school and community. 

we are hiring.JPGThe Food and Nutrition Services department is the largest school foodservice program in South Carolina and the 44th largest in the United States. Our 750 highly trained and dedicated foodservice professionals serve over 13.5 million nutritious and delicious school meals each year to over 75,000 Greenville County Schools students in 100 school facilities and special centers

 All schools serve breakfast and lunch on a daily basis. After school snacks are also provided at several locations.
Click the link to view our Charged Meals Policy The purpose of the procedure for charged meals is to establish the guidelines for students who do not have funds to pay for meals.




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