Posts Tagged: School Nutrition Association

Is There a “Contraband Economy” in School Cafeterias?

School Lunch Foes Favor Anecdotes Over Evidence

School Lunch Foes Favor Anecdotes Over Evidence

Posted October 19, 2015 by

Media stories about school lunch usually appear in August, along with the Back to School ads, but this year those articles are still a regular occurrence, even as Halloween rapidly approaches. That’s probably because, although the federal legislation covering all
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School Nutrition Association – the new Stepford ?

Will SNA Chart a New Course?

Will SNA Chart a New Course?

Posted July 21, 2015 by

Meet Jean Ronnei, whose position as incoming President of the School Nutrition Association (SNA) puts her in a tough spot. She must tread a fine line between the interests of America’s “lunch ladies” and the children they serve, and the
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Schools Struggle After Leaving Federal Meal Program

School Nutrition Association Caters to the 1%

Are School Lunches Starving Student Athletes?

School Nutrition Assn Chooses Flexibility over Funding

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