GCISD Allergy form HERERecipe products and ingredients have been reviewed by the department Registered Dietitian to identify common allergens. These include MILK, EGG, PEANUT, TREE NUT, FISH, SHELLFISH, SOY, and WHEAT.This listing is compiled from the information provided to our department by the manufacturers of the product/ingredients we utilize. Please remember that product formulation and ingredients may change at any time and that product contamination during cooking and handling is a possible risk.GCISD Nutrition Services Department prides itself on making information available for parents and students.One of the areas of interest is nutrition data about foods offered through GCISD schools.Information contained in the GCISD Nutrition Services website is the latest nutrition data available from the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and/or nutrition data from food manufacturers and distributors about their products.While we strive to maintain up-to-date information, the nutrition data on this site should never substitute for the advice or services of trained health professionals.We hope you’ll find this information useful as a guide in helping your child make good choices while dining with us.Download our menu app on your smart device through MealViewer.
View Food Allergens and Nutrition information at MealViewer GCISD Menus .View the GCISD Allergy Policy here.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.