School Nutrition Annual Round Up

Food companies are changing the formulas of their junk food so they meet government standards for school meals and snacks.

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  • July 22, 2015
  • By: Ann Cooper
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School food vendors are promoting their new, exciting products for school lunch and breakfast – and they're not exactly healthy. It doesn't take a detective to see what's going on here. Food companies are changing the formulas of their junk food so they meet U.S. Department of Agriculture standards for school meals and snacks, but junk is still junk. Read a first hand account of how SNA showcased their ties to processed food manufacturer's at their annual conference.

 

 

Read the blogpost: "School Nutrition Annual Roud Up" (U.S. News and World Report)

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