School Nutrition: Celebrating 75 Years!
My, my, how time flies! The School Nutrition Association is celebrating 75 years of serving America’s children, and you can read all about it in this month’s issue of School Nutrition magazine. From lessons for students to key concepts for staff, the June/July 2021 issue of School Nutrition has all sorts of ideas and inspiration.
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In This Issue
- Celebrating 75 Years of Serving Kids. School nutrition professionals have been dedicated to feeding the country’s schoolchildren for three-quarters of a century—take a look back at the profession’s major milestones.
- Teaching Them a Lesson. Five school nutrition departments that have incorporated inventive nutrition education initiatives into meal offerings.
- Making the Most of Harvest of the Month. There’s an easy, effective way to connect kids to local foods in the cafeteria: Harvest of the Month! Here are the fundamentals of HOTM programs, resources, campaign ideas and more.
- Nutrition Education for Grownups. Why should school nutrition staff be well-versed in healthy eating concepts? Reasons the team should be informed, ways to impart that information and key nutrition tenets to get started.
- The Cob Chronicles. It’s the season for fresh, juicy corn! Did you know that the U.S. grows more corn than any other crop? But you might be surprised as to where all those kernels go.
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