SNA Still Fighting for More Flexibility

At the annual conference in Boston, School Nutrition Association leaders didn’t back down from the fight against increasing standards as part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. Also, several of the association’s top awards were handed out.

 

CEO Patricia Montague didn’t dance around the School Nutrition Association’s issues with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act and the debate with the USDA. At the opening general session of the 68th SNA Annual National Conference Sunday in Boston, Montague said the SNA couldn’t wait any longer for help from the USDA. 

“The USDA has provided some relief, but it is simply not enough,” Montague told a crowd of several thousand sch

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