Please mark your calendar to attend the CWD School Food Expo & Seminar. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to experience the information and products that will assist you with your menus for the next school year. See you there!


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Cash-Wa Dietitians

Cash-Wa Dietition - Heidi Wietjes

Heidi Wietjes

MS, RD, LMNT, LD

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Steve Munch

RD

Cash-Wa’s registered dietitians have over 20 years of industry experience. They will be happy to work with you to put together a foodservice program that meets your needs.

 

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