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How one school nutrition program saves money

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 07, 2016

The US Department of Agriculture's Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program as well as the centralization of meal preparation is helping a Massachusetts school district save money. Such steps have helped decrease the school lunch deficit by about 2.5% this year. The Recorder (Greenfield, Mass.) (tiered subscription model) (12/06)


Bill would require USDA waiver to buy imported foods

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Colo. school district first to get "REAL" certification

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

High school launches grab-and-go meals

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Ohio, W.Va., serve more school breakfasts

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Students learn about science of food

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

Students jog, walk a mile a day

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Report: Tips to expand school breakfast service

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

N.Y. district expands free-meal service

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

In December's School Nutrition, get A to Z advice for improving professionalism

SNA SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016


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