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Minneapolis, MN

612-454-0485

We help those in the food industry in Minnesota and nationally meet consumer demand for healthier options and nutritional transparency through restaurant menu labeling, nutrient analysis and more.

WHO WE ARE

We help those in the food industry meet consumer demand for
healthier options and nutritional transparency.

 


MEET THE TEAM

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SARA BLOMS, REGISTERED DIETITIAN, OWNER

After working in the foodservice industry for over 9 years in a variety of capacities from a small research kitchen, to hospital foodservice, to a corporate test kitchen to eventually working with award-winning chefs on healthy recipe development, she decided to carve out her own niche in the nutrition and foodservice field by starting her own company, The Everyday Table. In addition to working on labeling for restaurant menus and food products and working with local chefs to improve the nutrient profiles of their recipes, Sara volunteers as the the membership chair for a Minnesota-based networking group for women in the food and hospitality industry called Women Who Really Cook. She’s also been featured in a variety of publications like Live Better America and Foodservice News. Sara’s even been featured on the CBS’s Minnesota news station, WCCO Good Question, for her take on the now-debunked “Satisfry" and healthier Super Bowl alternatives. Recently she became certified in Restaurant Menu Labeling so she can help restaurants meet the new labeling laws. She currently resides in Minneapolis with her husband and their dog named Sea Salt. 


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POLLY PIERCE, CHEF CONSULTANT

After many years of cooking, Polly Pierce has a well-developed technical skill and detailed knowledge of available foods. Prior to settling in her native Minneapolis, Polly worked in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, where she learned the importance of fresh, local, and sustainable foods. She spent time at Soho, London’s French House studying classic technique, while having full access to Europe’s variety of top quality food products. From London, it was on to New Zealand, where she spent time surfing, and learning the role of food in a healthy lifestyle and strong community. Between travels she has returned to Minneapolis for the opportunity to work with truly innovative and passionate chefs, dedicated to their local food scene.

Polly also studied integrative nutrition, and is a certified holistic health counselor. Polly’s food motto is don’t just celebrate with food, but celebrate the food itself.