The K-12 segment stands at a watershed time, in the midst of once-in-a-generation USDA meal pattern and program changes and at the focal point of unprecedented social and political concern about nutrition, health and wellness. Together, these forces are having a dramatic impact on K-12 child nutrition programs. In evaluating that impact, though, the national averages paint only a limited picture. To give that picture more detail, one must look more closely at individual districts and to do ...

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