SNA: School-meal changes offer needed flexibility

12/10/2012 | Education Week

The School Nutrition Association is pleased by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision to -- at least temporarily -- lift a cap on the amount of protein and grains that can be served in schools, SNA President Sandra Ford says. "School nutrition professionals have faced significant menu-planning, operating, financial challenges and more as a result of the new meal pattern requirements. USDA's new guidance acknowledges those challenges and gives school meal programs more flexibility," she said.

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