Pomptonian, the food service provider for Hopewell Valley Regional School District (HVRSD) is now offering a new service at the high school — online deli ordering.

While the school deli is one of the most popular options in the cafeteria, the line for a customized item always moves more slowly than the line for a ready-made grab ‘n go. Online ordering encourages healthy choices. With the new system, a student can request a made-to-order sandwich or salad and it will be ready for pick up at lunch time without waiting for preparation.

“When we moved to Pomptonian, we were expecting improved food quality and service. The feedback is the food has improved and the addition of online ordering provides a huge improvement in service,” said Lisa Wolff, HVRSD School Board President.

To see how it works, go to, choose a date & location and you can review the selections.

MercerMe has reported about the new food service provider:

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