The Kitchen is the Heart of the Home. . . The Classroom is the Heart of the School.
At Maschio’s Food Services, we bring all the warmth and comfort of the home kitchen to the school cafeteria, where students of all ages are nourished with wholesome breakfasts, lunches or snacks. When they return to the classroom, they are fortified, ready to learn and reach their full academic potential.
A Maschio’s cafeteria is a place where, just like home –
Healthy Meals Grow Healthy Kids.
We take a personal approach to food service management, meeting the specific goals and objectives of each district and school. We provide nutritional integrity, increased program participation, sound fiscal management, responsibility and accountability, menu and service flexibility, and the ultimate in customer satisfaction.
SERVING HEALTHY MEALS SINCE 1992
EDUCATION AND FOOD GO HAND IN HAND
The kitchen’s a laboratory, and everything that happens there has to do with science. It’s biology, chemistry, physics. Yes, there’s history. Yes, there’s artistry. Yes to all of that.
– Alton Brown
Maschio’s has been providing healthy, nutritious meals to public and private schools in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1992, when the company was founded by President, Frank Maschio and CEO, Ken Torchia.
Whenever possible, Maschio’s school meals are made with fresh, locally grown produce through our Farm to School Program and our participation in the BUY FRESH, BUY LOCAL Chapter of Northwest Jersey.
Developing a good rapport with schools and districts, and maintaining excellent client relationships are critical to Maschio’s team of Registered Dietitians, School Nutrition Specialists, Corporate Chefs, and Field Supervisors. Together, we maintain the ongoing integrity of your school’s nutrition programs.
In the Community
Maschio’s Food Services also is committed to the communities where our employees, students and their families live and work. We work with and lend our services to non-profits organizations that support and build stronger communities such as homeless shelters, YMCAs, Boys and Girls Clubs and Senior Citizens groups, among others.