American School Food Service Association (ASFSA) is no more. That news incongruously prompted peals of delight from more than 5,000 members attending the kickoff session of the organization's 58th Annual National Conference in Indianapolis in July. Why the celebration? Because the only thing going away is that name, to be replaced by a more up-to-date—and more accurate—moniker: the School Nutrition Association (SNA). "This name better identifies what we're all about," said incoming ...

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