SNA survey tabulates school meal regs' negative impact

SNA survey tabulates school meal regs' negative impact

Seven of 10 districts responding say that have been financially harmed by new meal rules.

Federal school meal nutrition regulations that began to be implemented in 2012 have harmed the financial health of nearly 70 percent of school meal programs, and benefited fewer than 3 percent, of the 1,100 school meal programs responding to the 2015 School Nutrition Trends Survey conducted in June and July by the School Nutrition Association (SNA).

“School nutrition standards have resulted in many positive changes, but we cannot ignore the repercussions—the financial impact of

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