AT USDA SYMPOSIUM: New research adds fuel to school breakfast push

June 1999
FoodService Director;06/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p26
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Focuses on a research concerning the importance of a nutritious breakfast for school children, discussed during the symposium of the United States Department of Agriculture. Psychological behavior of children who eat breakfast; Relationship between hunger and obstacles to learning; Implementation of the National School Breakfast Program.


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