FSA has its own kitchen, where we prepare healthy, delicious and balanced meals for our children and staff every day, without using flavour enhancers or highly processed foods.
Working with a dietitian (based on recommendations WHO Food and Nutrition catalogue menu), we have developed seasonal menu to use fresh vegetables and fruits. We have made a list of used products and those that you will neither find in our storage nor on children’s plates. The list of prohibited products includes, but is not limited to: sweets, sugar, sweetened/carbonated drinks, pork, chicken and white bread. Pasta or potatoes are used once a week maximum. We consume rice oat or almond drinks on a permanent basis. Healthy and well-balanced meals build children’s physical growth and support their emotional and intellectual development.
We encourage each child to eat their portion or, at least, to try new flavours. We are proud that, by providing positive incentives, we have already introduced healthy eating habits in many homes.
We cater for dietary needs of children by setting individual diets, e.g. dairy-free, vegetarian, vegan and by eliminating individual products from the menu as indicated by parents.
We apply our emphasis on an individual approach to each child also in the area of nutrition.