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Chater, Amanda
August 1999
FoodService Director;08/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p62
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Looks at the results of the 1998 `Food Service Director' magazine's annual School Meal Participation Ranking in the United States (US) and details the compliance of schools to the US Department of Agriculture's calorie goals. Overall participation in high schools; Programs implemented in 1998; Low-fat alternatives used by school cafeterias; Comments from food service officials.


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