Volume 34, Issue 1, Spring 2010

The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

A Publication of the School Nutrition Association


Table of Contents

Volume 34, Issue 1, Spring, 2010

Editor’s Note

CURRENT ISSUES

School Gardens as a Strategy for Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption 
Erin Oxenham, MS, RD; and Amber D. King, MS, RD

RESEARCH IN ACTION

Food Group Preferences of Elementary School Children Participating in the National School Lunch Program 
Linda Cashman, MS, RD; Madhuri Tripurana, MS, RD; Tim Englund, PhD; and Ethan A. Bergman, PhD, RD, CD, FADA

The Effects of Visible Cheese on the Selection and Consumption of Food Groups to Encourage in Middle School Students 
Joseph E. Donnelly, EdD; Debra K. Sullivan, PhD, RD, LD; Bryan K. Smith, PhD; Cheryl A. Gibson, PhD; Matt Mayo, PhD.; Robert Lee, PhD., Anthony Lynch, RD; Tara Sallee, RD, Galen Cook-Weins, MS, and Richard A. Washburn, PhD

A Descriptive Analysis of Supply Factors and Prices for USDA Foods in the National School Lunch Program
Cora Peterson

The Non-Participation Survey: Understanding Why High School Students Choose Not to Eat School Lunch
Amelia Estepa Asperin, PhD; Mary Frances Nettles, PhD, RD; and Deborah H. Carr, PhD, RD

Creating and Maintaining a Wellness Environment in Child Care Centers Participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program 
Kristi L. Lofton, PhD, RD; and Deborah H. Carr, PhD, RD

Special Food and Nutrition Needs in School Nutrition Programs 
Elaine Fontenot Molaison, PhD, RD; and Mary Frances Nettles, PhD, RD

FNS RESEARCH CORNER

Summary of Research
John R. Endahl, PhD

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