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How does local taste?

Pretty amazing, actually!

We purchase directly from local farms whenever possible. Many of those farmers are now partnered with local nonprofits—such as Green Mountain Farm Direct and Vermont FEED. Through those partnerships, our schools can now have their produce delivered directly to their doors.

Let’s Eat!

With cafeterias across four states, we feed a wide variety of people—from elementary schools to high schools, and corporate cafeterias to government offices. Find the page dedicated to your cafeteria using our links below:

Schools   Corporate

Good Food Starts with
Great People

At the Abbey Group, our people aren’t just employees. They’re part of the community. When students file into the cafeteria each day for lunch, our workers will often call them by name. They make lunch an experience.

Our people are parents, neighbors, and friends. They’re nurturing, hardworking, and innovative—not afraid to think outside of the box. They take something as routine as lunch and make it extraordinary.

Simple. Wholesome. Delicious.

“The Abbey Group’s team of food service providers have created interesting, tasty and nutritionally appropriate foods for the breakfast and lunch choices that have captured the imaginations and palates of our students and faculty.”

William D. Lawson
Principal | Middlebury Union High School

OUR FACEBOOK FEED

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The Abbey Group Food Service
Taco Tuesday on your mind? Because it's sure on ours! 🌮 Our incredible food service team at BFA St. Albans made these beautiful Carne Asada Street Tacos yesterday. They were made with a choice of either marinated flank steak or grilled chicken and topped with fresh veggies and both chipotle cream and cilantro crema.To no surprise, they were a HUGE hit with the students! 😋 ... See MoreSee Less
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It's always an honor to share a meal with recipes that are full of locally produced food with students, teachers, and state senators alike!Our very own Chef Jason at St. Albans City School and his team recently hosted a visit from Vermont State Senator, Peter Welch, and Vermont Secretary of Agriculture, Anson Tebbetts, to discuss school nutrition.On the menu was meatloaf made with beef from the Choiniere Farm in Highgate, VT, mashed potatoes with gravy and maple glazed carrots with locally sourced potatoes and maple syrup. Yum! ... See MoreSee Less
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Check out Colebrook's spectacular Beach Party featuring recipes that included the Harvest of the Month! Definitely a welcome pop of color for these dreary winter days. What can we say, our Food Service Director, Debbie Boivin, and her team simply cannot be beet! 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
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Oh my gosh, we love squash! Hats off to our amazing Food Service Directors, like Jason Seavey at Newfound Regional High School in New Hampshire, for coming up with some of the best Harvest of the Month taste tests to get their students excited about local produce!Shout out to our Food Service Director Jason Seavey and his crew for creating healthy and enticing food for our students! ... See MoreSee Less
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At the end of each day, and at the end of each year, there is something we know to be crystal clear. We're thankful for the children, their families, and each one of you, for our teams, the school staff, and farmers providing food.Whether you celebrate the holiday or not, we hope that you can join us today in being thankful for who we're surrounded by and what we have. 🍂 ... See MoreSee Less
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