News & Events
New Mexico SNA Conference
June 3-6, 2019
Presentation Description: Nourish to Flourish: Innovation Through Collaboration: The Data Sharing & Analytics Initiative for K-12 Schools integrates industry standard supply chain technology with existing K-12 food service processes to streamline record keeping and improve tracking, accountability, and the ability to measure success.
June 19-21, 2019
N2F Presentation Description: The Nourish to Flourish (N2F) Data Sharing & Analytics Initiative for K-12 Schools integrates industry standard supply chain technology with existing K-12 food service processes to revolutionize the $9B industry. This includes item placement on menu plans and recipes to transform the way our schools procure meals, utilizing and sharing sales and nutrition data and analytics to improve the purchasing decisions within the federally defined USDA K-12 guidelines.
SNA Annual National Conference (ANC)
July 14-16, 2019
St Louis MO
The Nourish to Flourish website (hosted by 1WorldSync, a provider of technical infrastructure for GDSN) is the official portal for registration and provides additional information for both Suppliers and Schools. Join the initiative and participate in the benefits of the Data Sharing & Analytics initiative, revolutionizing the $9B+ K-12 Food Service market.
N2F National Campaign Launch
The N2F Data Sharing & Analytics initiative launched an initial campaign using SNA Smart Brief on February 22, 2019. The Smart Brief ad included dozens of examples of brands, non-profits and advocacy groups that support the effort, which now include additional suppliers and the number of items being published over 50, 000.
Learn More About Nourish to Flourish
The National Dairy Council published an N2F Newsletter providing updates on the progress of active N2F work groups and featuring a summary of the Nourish to Flourish Data Sharing & Analytics Initiative. With this initiative, item specific placement on menu plans and recipes will transform the way our schools procure, prepare and measure successful integration of meal components. Sharing sales and nutrition data and analytics will improve outcomes within the federally defined USDA guidelines.