Daegu Health College (DHC / President Dr. Nam, Sung-hee) announced on the 23rd that its industry-education cooperation team’s youth food services center’s contract has been extended by the Goryeong County.
DHC and the Office of Goryeong County leadership signed MoU on the 22nd; approximately 20 persons from DHC and the county to include President Nam, County Mayor Gwak, Yong-hwan, County Administration and Welfare Director Lee, Nam-cheol, DHC industry-academic cooperation director Kim, Jee-in, and Goryeong County Youth Food Services Center director Kim, Mi-ok attended the signing ceremony. Contract is valid for 3 years from 1st of JAN 2020 to the 31st DEC 2022. DHC was initially designated to run the county’s youth food services program in 2014 and since has been designated as the food services provider for 3 times in a row.
Youth Food Services Center provides nutrition and hygiene education to daycare centers and dining facilities in the area, and also provides the center’s diet program and standard recipes tailored to the age group. Youth Food Services Center also aims at visiting Goryeong County 3 times a week to cover all daycare centers at least once a month.
President Nam said “our center is equipped with DHC’s professional assistance system and collaboration with various departments. DHC’s advantages will benefit the county’s food services for their youth and we will make sure to assist the best way we can.”
Goryeong County Youth Food Services Center was established under the [Special law governing safe management of youth diet] in 2014, with its purpose to provide healthy nutrition under hygienic services to the small size dining facilities for the children. The ministry of food and drug safety, the office of Gyeongsangbuk Province, and the office of Goryeong County provide funds to run the center while DHC oversees office facility, diet plan development, and department laboratory.