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Bright Future Food

At Bright Future we focus on the development of the whole child and part of that is helping the children develop physically. Good nutrition is a major part of a child developing both physically and cognitively.

Each child receives a well-balance breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. Each of these meals is designed to meet the specific needs of the ages of children we provide care for.

This center is part of the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and all of our meals must meet their nutritional guidelines for children of these ages.

Our meals are catered to us by Distinctive Dining Solutions.

Bright Future believes that providing good nutrition is only part of the game. It is also important for children to learn about good nutrition, staying physically fit and healthy living so that as they grow they can make healthy choices.
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