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Protecting Public Health and Preventing Foodborne Illness

USDA continues to protect consumers from the dangers of E. coli contamination by adopting of a zero tolerance policy for six additional strains [E. coli O26, O45, O103, O111, O121, and O145] of the pathogen in raw beef products. Prohibiting them just...
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Back to School: School Meals Play Vital Nutrition Role

With millions of children now eating both breakfast and lunch at school, school meals play a crucial role in providing the nutrition foundation children need to succeed in the classroom.  For some, the food they get at school may be all they have to...
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SNA Hosts Listening Session with US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue met today with school nutrition professionals attending School Nutrition Association's (SNA) 71st Annual National Conference (ANC) in Atlanta, Ga.
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Reps. McGovern & Davis Introduce "Healthy Breakfasts Help Kids Learn Act"

Congressmen Jim McGovern (D-MA) and Rodney Davis (R-IL) have introduced H.R. 3738, the Healthy Breakfasts Help Kids Learn Act of 2017, to provide commodity support for the School Breakfast Program (SBP). The bill, endorsed by the non-profit School Nu...
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Help SNF Unlock Vital Funding

This month, the School Nutrition Foundation (SNF) is participating in an exciting fundraising opportunity—and SNA members and friends can help with the simple click of the mouse! SNF, the philanthropic sister organization of the School Nutrition Asso...
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Gather Your Ingredients for NSLW17

They’re baaaack! Once again, students fill your cafeteria with their energy and excitement, and each day you strive to fill their bodies and fuel their minds with tasty and nutritious school meals. Celebrating National School Lunch Week, October 9-13...
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