School Nutrition Association asks for flexibility, funding

School Nutrition Association asks for flexibility, funding

The association has released its 2015 position paper ahead of this year’s child nutrition reauthorization.

The School Nutrition Association (SNA) has released its 2015 position paper, to be used during this year’s child nutrition reauthorization process. The group is asking for additional flexibilities for what can and can’t be served in school meals and also for increased funding.

Here’s a look at the group’s seven demands:

1. Increase the per-meal reimbursement for both lunch and breakfast by 35 cents. SNA is asking for the increased reim

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