Hamburger, hold the cheese, please. School foodservice directors looking for ways to subtly persuade students to choose more healthful options might be interested in a recent study published in the Journal of Child Nutrition & Management, a publication of the School Nutrition Association (SNA). Researchers reviewed menu choices at six Pennsylvania high schools to determine whether or not students change their food choices based on the availability of nutrition information posted at the ...

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