Food Service

New Breakfast/Lunch Prices
Effective January 2, 2024 

         Breakfast @ BHS/RAL/MIS/MEM $2.25 Lunch @ BHS/RAL $3.50 Lunch @ MIS/MEM/PWS/RBS $3.00

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FOOD SERVICE IS HIRING: Please help us feed the Bedford students!

ADVANTAGES of working for the Bedford School District Food Services:

• Nights, weekends, holidays & summers off

• On the job training

• Terrific dedicated staff to work alongside

• Free professional training in food safety, nutrition, culinary skills & school meal program

• Opportunity for advancement


Check all of our open positions by clicking the employment tab at the top of the page!

Our Mission

We strive to provide a variety of high quality, tasty meals that incorporate healthy, wholesome, clean foods to fuel the minds and bodies of all students.

Goals of the Food Service Department

Lunch Menus


Farm to School Program

The Food Service Department has implemented a farm to school program! Introducing students to locally sourced, nutrient dense and organic farm fresh foods. Check out the farms below and see what foods are being sourced locally!

Located in Hollis, NH

Sourcing : Peaches, apples, cucumbers, green beans, zucchini, summer squash, red & green peppers, tomatoes and apple cider

Located in Canterbury, NH 

Certified OrganicSourcing : Grass fed ground beef burgers, kimchi, pickled vegetables, various types of cheeses, & yogurt, butternut squash, delicata squash, radish, carrots and beets

Located in Temple, NH

Sourcing : Pure maple syrup and honey

Located in Boston, MA

Sourcing from the Coast of Maine: variety of fish filets


Located Nashua, NH

Sourcing : mixed greens & lettuces 

Located in Rockport ME  

Sourcing: Tofu

Located in Skowhegan ME  

Sourcing: Oats & Flours 
88 Acres
At 88 Acres we've worked hard to make food that parents and educators can trust and that kids love while providing powerful nutrition for growing minds and bodies. All products are made in our dedicated, zero food-waste bakery free of the top 9 allergens.

John Lash

Director of School Nutrition

603-472-3755 ext 21242

Christine Gabriel   

School Nutrition Coordinator

603-310-9000 ext 33418

Nicole Gray

School Nutrition Coordinator

603-472-3951 ext 22218

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