New rules require that school breakfasts include a full cup of fruit or vegetables have directors concerned about costs and plate waste
The big trend in K-12 is “more of the same,” as final requirements from 2010’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act are implemented. These include tighter requirements for reimburseable school breakfasts; new rules for “competitive foods” (snacks, a la carte and other items distributed on school grounds); and a few additional provisions still hanging fire from SY 2012-2013. (FM's recent look at K-12's Power Players—the 50 largest school districts in ...
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