A new University of Minnesota study has found that food service workers in school lunch programs lack understanding and resources to achieve the goal of offering more whole grain options to students. The study involved Minnesota school food-service directors and appears in the latest issue of the Journal of Child Nutrition and Management. The researchers found that while food-service workers are aware of the health benefits of whole-grain foods, they aren’t always sure whether a particular ...

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