Hands Across the Miles

March 2007
FoodService Director;3/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The author relates his experience in participating in the People to People tour of school feeding programs sponsored by the School Nutrition Association. He thinks that education is the way for people in China and South Africa to recover from poverty. He was amazed that some people in the education profession in other countries are unaware or unknowledgeable about shelf-stable milk. The author also expresses his sympathy towards malnourished children.


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