SNA Survey Indicates Continued Challenges for School Meal Programs

Nearly a quarter of responding meal programs operated at a net loss for 6 months plus...

A new survey of school meal program operators finds many are struggling with higher costs, shrinking revenue and challenges with product availability and student acceptance under new nutrition standards for school meals.

During School Nutrition Association (SNA) Annual National Conference in Boston in July, SNA had surveyed director-level attendees to identify school nutrition trends for the upcoming school year, netting responses from directors in 240 districts across 46 states. The

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