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Updated school nutrition standards reduced weight gain in students from low-income families, study says

The study compared the BMI of elementary students before and after the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act was implemented.

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4 takeaways from a recent USDA school nutrition study

The School Nutrition and Meal Cost Study sheds light on how school meals have changed since standards from the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act went into place.

Students whose schools offer universal free meals feel safer both in and out of the classroom, the study reveals.

Free and reduced participation decreased nationally, but some individual states saw the opposite.

A recent study found the youngest and lowest-performing students benefitted the most.

Summer’s end brings several occasions to market your foodservice program. Here are four such events happening in August.

The Food Research & Action Center released its annual report analyzing how U.S. states fare when it comes to school breakfast.

Students name their favorite types of food to eat between meals.

Operators from 1,550 districts were surveyed on topics such as waste, farm-to-school programs, meal debt and more. 

Teams managed by 40% to 60% women had higher employee and client retention, employee engagement and more.

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