More than lip service

February 2005
FoodService Director;2/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the advantages of the introduction of menu options for a weight control program to high school students in Jackson County in Gainesboro, Tennessee. Increase in lunch participation at the Jackson County high school; Background on the Keep it Simple, Slim weight control program introduced by cafeteria manager Donna McMahon; Comments of nutrition services supervisor Brenda Hawkins on the success of the program.


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