SNA: Greater flexibility in preparing meals makes sense

03/7/2013 | Agri-Pulse.com

The School Nutrition Association is supporting federal legislation that would offer schools greater flexibility in preparing healthy meals for students. The Sensible School Lunch Act was introduced March 1, and is now being considered by federal lawmakers. "Under the bipartisan Sensible School Lunch Act, school meals would continue to meet calorie limits and include plenty of fruits and vegetables, but cafeterias will have flexibility to plan menus that meet student tastes and nutrition standards," SNA President Sandra Ford said.

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