Taking a 'proactive' approach

Chater, Amanda
February 1999
FoodService Director;02/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p76
Trade Publication
Reports on school nutrition strategies in the United States. Holding of food tasting activities; Promotion of the health benefits of fruits and vegetables; Use of warmed pitas which have no fat and steamed rice; Inclusion of tomatoes and lettuce in sandwiches; Use of prune puree and applesauce instead of sugar; Offer of farm produce bars.


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