NY school district promotes fresh

November 1998
FoodService Director;11/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p2
Trade Publication
Cites the decision of the Bedford Central School District in Bedford, New York, to use fresh vegetables to create menu items at its high school. Response to the switch from food-based to nutrient-standard menu planning (NSMP); Measures to boost participation; Use of government commodities in combination with fresh vegetables; Introduction of veggie wrap.


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