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Please note that this study was published before the SY2014-15 implementation of the Smart Snacks Nutrition Standards for Competitive Food in Schools, as required by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Acts of 2010. As such, certain research relating to food in schools may not be relevant today.

The hallmark of a research journal is that manuscripts are peer-reviewed. This peer review process helps to ensure that manuscripts are relevant, timely, and of high quality and that the results of the research are applicable to practitioners in child nutrition programs. This critical peer review process is very time-consuming, and we would like to extend sincere appreciation to the professionals who reviewed manuscripts for The Journal of Child Nutrition and Management in 2013. We invite individuals who are interested in serving as a reviewer to contact the Journal editor.

Sincere appreciation is extended to the following reviewers:

Carolyn Bednar
Marilyn Briggs
Karen Weber Cullen
Leslie Cunningham-Sabo
Sheila Fleischhacker
Beverly Girard
Heather Graham-Williams
Catherine Digilio Grimes
Lynnell Grumbles
Catherine Hanafi
Anna Johnson
Anna Jones
Rebecca Larson
Robert Lewis
Jessica Linnell Brenda Lightfoot-Handy
Jane Logan
Carol Longley
Patricia Luoto
Beth Mincemoyer-Egan
Mary Murimi
Alice Jo Rainville
Beth Rice
Barry Sackin
Julie Schumacher
Diane Schweitzer
Carol Shanklin
Jeannie Sneed
Catherine Strohbehn
Victor Yu

Purpose / Objectives

Purpose was to investigate the nutrient content of Swedish school meals consumed by students in the context of national recommendations regarding food composition and intake.