Reimbursement increase, regulation of competitive foods lead an ambitious agenda.
Things are tough for everyone these days, not least for those working in child nutrition programs in the nation's K-12 schools. Increasing food costs, expensive new mandates and swelling ranks of children qualifying for subsidized meals because their families have hit hard times have strained school foodservice budgets. So where does the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which represents the interests of some 55,000 school nutrition professionals across the country, go for a some relief? ...
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