Keystone Partners with Boise City Public Schools!


Boise City, OK: Starting in August, a new menu with fresh, healthy meal options is available at Boise City Public Schools, thanks to a newly announced partnership between the school district and Keystone Food Service.

Keystone Food Service focuses on providing freshly prepared breakfast and lunch options for the students it serves. The Oklahoma-based and family-owned company serves over 50,000 students daily and has been selected as the cafeteria vendor for Boise City Public Schools.

Lunch always will include a full salad bar, stocked daily with fresh fruits and vegetables. Students are allowed to eat from the salad bar at no additional charge to their lunch price.

“Our desire is to provide meals that kids will eat and enjoy and we know that variety is key to that,” said Josh Sanders, CEO of Keystone Food Service. “Every day, students will be able to eat a healthy, balanced meal that the school board and administration can be proud of.”

Some of the menu options students can expect include freshly made lasagna, pulled pork sandwiches, chicken enchiladas, and yogurt parfaits. Nutritious offerings like fresh steamed vegetables will accompany main courses.

 “We listen to our kids, and their parents and are always introducing new foods throughout the school year,” Sanders said. Keystone got its start providing meal service at fraternity and sorority houses on college campuses in Norman, OK and Stillwater, OK. Its operations have steadily grown, and this school year it is serving more than 140 school districts in Oklahoma and Kansas.