SNA survey shows 22 percent jump in five years.
Almost two thirds of school nutrition programs now offer a vegetarian school lunch on a consistent basis, up from 22% in 2003, according to the School Nutrition Association's soon to be released 2009 School Nutrition Operations Report. The findings were presented at the National Conference on Childhood Obesity in Washington, DC, in mid-June. SNA has tracked vegetarian meal choices in schools since 2003 as part of the School Nutrition Operations Report conducted every two years. The series ...
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