SNA’s 2016 position paper calls for increased school meal funding

SNA’s 2016 position paper calls for increased school meal funding

The paper cites costs of updated nutrition standards to programs, including reduced staff, cuts in reserve funds, deferred equipment investments and limited menu choices.

The School Nutrition Association (SNA) has released its 2016 Position Paper, which urges Congress to pass Child Nutrition Reauthorization legislation and help restore the fiscal solvency of school meal programs.

The paper is calling for four points of focus. The first is to quickly pass a child nutrition reauthorization bill, including the Senate’s agreement, which includes revisions such as reducing the amo

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