A loaded baked potato with fried egg and bacon and a salad.

Schools & Universities

Lettuce leaves.
A student eating a boxed lunch.

Served with Class

FSC has a strong history of creating balanced, sustainable food programs for schools of all sizes. We understand the role food plays in a learning environment and work closely with our clients to build dining programs that their students will love.

K-12 Schools

Our team knows that lunchtime is much more than a meal. It’s a time for kids to connect with one another, form friendships and build healthy eating habits. That’s why we’re committed to creating rich, engaging dining experiences in the cafeteria.

We currently serve over 70 elementary, middle and high schools as well as daycares. Our school dining programs are designed to fit the evolving needs of students from early childhood to young adulthood. Most of our programs feature on-site food preparation, but we also partner with smaller schools to develop satellite programs for their limited kitchen facilities.

A student in a school lunch line.
A measuring spoon of salt.

Colleges & Universities

Dining plays a large role in nurturing a vibrant, welcoming campus. We partner with colleges and universities to create dining facilities that reflect the diversity of their campuses and deliver something for every taste. With our help, your students and faculty will never be far from a delicious meal.

College women having lunch.

“The service has remained outstanding.”

Food Service Consultants has been faithfully serving the children attending our Catholic schools here in St. Louis for over 35+ years. During this time they have remained flexible in order to meet the ever changing needs of our schools. Offering a quality foodservice program that is both tasty and nourishing, and at a reasonable price, is so important to the children and families we serve. The service from Food Service Consultants has remained outstanding over the years, and we consider them as part of the community at each and every school they serve. They are always available to help, and we are very grateful for the special relationship that we enjoy. We look forward to working with them in the future. Office of Catholic Education and Formation, Archdiocese of St. Louis

Todd R Sweda, Ed.D, Senior Director

Dr. Maureen DePriest, Co-Director

A bowl of butternut squash soup.
A bundle of fresh herbs.
A chef working.

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