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  • Luncheon in Coyle to Benefit Deputy Wade

    on May 8, 2017

    Giving back to the family of a fallen Logan county deputy, killed in the line of duty. Coyle public schools and Keystone Foodservice put together a luncheon today raising money for the family of deputy David Wade.

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  • Most Admired CEOs honored

    on April 21, 2017

    Josh Sanders
    Keystone Foodszervice
    CEO

    Providing fresh, nutritious and delicious food to Oklahoma schoolchildren is the vision that has led Josh Sanders, CEO of Keystone Foodservice, to blaze a path of impressive growth in terms of both customers and financial success. 

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  • Tyrone School offer fresh new menu

    on April 20, 2017

    A new menu with fresh, healthy meal options is now available at Tyrone Public Schools, thanks to a new partnership between the school district and Keystone Foodservice. » Read More
  • Keystone Foodservice brings Tipton Public Schools new meal options

    on April 18, 2017

    A new menu with fresh, healthy meal options is scheduled to be available to students at Tipton Public Schools soon.

    Thanks to a new partnership between the school district and Keystone Foodservice, students are slated to receive meals from the Oklahoma-based food service company.

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  • Cement student recieves 'Kid with Kourage' award

    on April 6, 2017

    Miley Burger of Cement Elementary School is the recipient of the ‘Kids with Kourage’ award for the month of March. Launched by Stillwater-based Keystone Foodservice, a Kids with Kourage honoree is an Oklahoma preK-12thgrade student who displays courage, bravery and kindness to those around them. Keystone accepts nominations for the award from its more than 80 Oklahoma school district partners.  » Read More
  • A new era dining

    on March 9, 2017

    Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, Purcell Public Schools will be out of the lunchroom business. The board of education voted Monday to award Keystone Food Service the district’s child nutrition contract for the coming school year. » Read More
  • Beggs Middle School student receives ‘Kid with Kourage’ award

    on February 28, 2017

    Shayla Weins of Beggs Middle School has been named the Keystone ‘Kid with Kourage’ for the month of February. Launched by Stillwater-based Keystone Foodservice, the Kid with Kourage award recognizes one student in Oklahoma each month whose courage, bravery and kindness inspires others. Keystone accepts nominations for the award from its more than 80 school district partners across Oklahoma. » Read More
  • Town Hall opens downtown

    on February 9, 2017

    When Keystone Foodservice purchased the former Brooklyn’s restaurant last year at Seventh Avenue and Main Street, its CEO Josh Sanders said changes would be coming to the Stillwater eatery. » Read More
  • Coburn recognized as employee of the month

    on February 6, 2017

    Brad Coburn has been named Seeworth Academy’s Employee of the Month. Even though Coburn is an employee of Keystone Foodservice, which is an independent vendor for Seeworth Academy, school leaders said he was more than deserving of the honor. » Read More
  • Mooreland student receives Oklahoma company’s first-ever ‘Kid with Kourage’ award

    on January 31, 2017

    Hagen Nielson of Mooreland Elementary School is the first-ever recipient of the ‘Kid with Kourage’ award. Launched by Stillwater-based Keystone Foodservice, a Kid with Kourage honoree displays courage, bravery, kindness and inspiration to those around them. Keystone accepts nominations for the award from its more than 80 school district partners. » Read More
  • New eatery, Town Hall, opens Tuesday

    on January 30, 2017

    Town Hall, a new restaurant concept opens for business Tuesday in the space at Seventh Avenue and Main Street formerly occupied by Brooklyn’s. Brooklyn’s, which closed in late December, had occupied that corner since November 2011 and was an early part of downtown Stillwater’s revitalization. » Read More
  • Company brings new meal options to students at Coleman Schools

    on January 12, 2017

    A new menu with fresh, healthy meal options will be available at Coleman Public Schools for the rest of the 2016-17 school year and into the future, thanks to the newly announced partnership be-tween the school district and Keystone Foodservice. » Read More
  • The ‘grandmother standard’

    on January 12, 2017

    Keystone Food Service delivers more than school lunches, Purcell’s board of education learned Monday evening. The family-owned business based in Stillwater also delivers on the “grandmother standard” – five always precepts which rule in the company’s partnership with 85 Oklahoma school districts.

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  • Coleman schools partners with Keystone Foodservice

    on January 11, 2017

    New menu with fresh, healthy meal options will be available at Coleman public schools for the rest of the 2016-17 school year and into the future, thanks to the newly announced partnership between the school district and Keystone Foodservice.

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  • Restaurant formerly known as Brooklyn’s reopening early 2017

    on January 9, 2017

    New investors were added to the ownership group in August of 2016 at Brooklyn’s restaurant, 701 S Main in Stillwater. The restaurant originally opened in 2011 in the building formerly home to Katz Department Store. After five months of assessing the restaurant the decision to renovate and rebrand has taken place. » Read More
  • Foodservice Brings Garber Public Schools New Meal Options For 2016-2017 School Year

    on August 23, 2016

    A new menu with fresh, healthy meal options is available at Garber Public Schools this 2016- 17 school year, thanks to the recently announced partnership between the school district and Keystone Foodservice. » Read More
  • Pocola contracts cafeteria vendor

    on August 23, 2016

    Pocola school board members agreed unanimously to privatize the cafeteria systemduring a special board meeting. » Read More
  • Neighbors Help OKC Charter School Serve Lunch

    on August 19, 2016

    Two Oklahoma City charter schools had to figure out a way to feed hundreds of students days before class started, after the public school district dropped them from the lunch program. The letter in July from OKCPS came as somewhat of a surprise to the administrators at Dove Science Academy. » Read More
  • Keystone Foodservice takes controlling interest in Brooklyn's

    on August 9, 2016

    Brooklyn’s Restaurant, a mainstay in downtown Stillwater since 2011, is going through some changes. » Read More
  • A BBQ fit for dad

    on June 13, 2016

    Days getting longer in the evenings getting warmer it's time to dust off the grilling tongs and spatula for all those upcoming weekend cookouts with family and friends. Be sure to fire up the grill this Father's Day and impress dad with some skewer-grilling recipes featuring both bacon and beer what better way to dads heart than through his stomach? » Read More
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"Since the first day that Keystone Foodservice took over, the quality of food has been tremendous, which has increased dramatically the number of students and staff that eat everyday. The students, staff, and community have named the change we made to Keystone Foodservice the best change at Coyle Public Schools in years." --Josh Sumrall, Superintendent at Coyle Public Schools