The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

If you’re looking for the latest research articles on significant issues affecting child nutrition and school foodservice management, look no further. The latest issue of The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management is available for you to review.

Published twice a year, each issue of this exclusively digital publication features several research articles on topics critical to the successful operation of school meal programs. For Spring 2016, Research in Action topics include:

  • School lunch quality following the implementation of HHFKA
  • Directors’ perspectives on implementing school meal regulations
  • Beverage selections of elementary students and impact on meal quality
  • Impacts of scheduling recess before lunch in elementary schools
  • Fruit and vegetable plate waste
  • Elementary parent perceptions of packing lunches and the NSLP
  • Impact of math and science curriculum on students’ knowledge and preference for pulses

In addition, you’ll learn more about a Washington State survey that identified barriers and opportunities to serving pulses in school meals.

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Fall 2014  Spring 2014  
Fall 2013  Spring 2013  
Fall 2012  Spring 2012  
Fall 2011  Spring 2011  
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Fall 2009  Spring 2009  
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The School Nutrition Association has a presence in every state across the country. View links to many of the state associations to find out more about what SNA is doing nationwide. 

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