Volume 40, Issue 2, Fall 2016

The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

A Publication of the School Nutrition Association

Table of Contents

Volume 40, Issue 2, Fall 2016

Editor’s Note

Recognition of The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management Peer Reviewers  


Administrative and School Nutrition Perspectives of Salad Bar Operations in Public SchoolsPurpose/Objectives
The purpose of this study was to explore administrative and school nutrition personnel perspectives related to adoption and continued implementation of SBs.
Lori Andersen, PhD, CHES; Leann Myers, PhD; Keelia O’Malley, MPH; Donald Rose, PhD; Carolyn C. Johnson, PhD, FAAHB

School Nutrition Employees’ Perceptions of Farm to School (FTS) Activities Differ Based on Management Type and FTS Participation LengthPurpose/Objectives
The purpose of this study was to explore school nutrition employees’ perceptions of FTS activities and whether the numbers of activities differ based on management type of school foodservice operation and length of FTS participation.
Sangwook Kang, MS, CHE; Susan W. Arendt, PhD, RD, FAND, CHE; Nathan M. Stokes, PhD

Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption During Elementary School Snack Periods Using Incentives, Prompting and Role ModelingPurpose/Objectives
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of several behavioral and environmental interventions to increase the proportion of students bringing and consuming FV snacks from home on days when they are not provided through the FFVP.
Lori A. Bica, PhD; Eric M. Jamelske, PhD; Carla H. Lagorio, PhD


Barriers and Advantages to Student Participation in the School Breakfast Program Based on the Social Ecological Model: A Review of the Literature Purpose/Objectives
The purpose of this literature review was to investigate the barriers and advantages to student participation in the SBP. Using the adaptable framework of the Social Ecological Model (SEM), barriers and advantages.
Stephanie Lopez-Neyman, MS, MPH, RD, LD; Cynthia A. Warren

How Nutritious Are Children’s Packed School Lunches? A Comparison of Lunches Brought From Home and School LunchesPurpose/Objectives
The purpose of this review is to describe recent research and discuss the food and nutrient content of students’ packed lunches compared to NSLP student lunches, focusing on both the School Meals Initiative guidelines and the 2012 nutrition standards.
Sarah Minaya, MS; Alice Jo Rainville, PhD, RD, CHE, SNS, FAND


Research Abstracts from the 2016 School Nutrition Research & Best Practices Showcase


ICN Summary of Research
Mary Frances Nettles, PhD, RD

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