SNA Endorses the Bipartisan School Nutrition Flexibility Act

The School Nutrition Association has endorsed the bipartisan School Nutrition Flexibility Act that would permanently eliminate weekly maximums on grains and proteins served with school meals.

The School Nutrition Association (SNA) has endorsed H.R. 1303, the School Nutrition Flexibility Act, bipartisan legislation introduced in the House of Representatives that would permanently eliminate weekly maximums on grains and proteins served with school meals.

Under the new nutrition standards for school meals implemented in July 2012, weekly grain and protein limits have restricted school cafeterias from offering a variety of healthy menu items. Schools could not offer dail

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