Says ASFSA Study: Schools add variety, new items to menus

October 1999
FoodService Director;10/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p5
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Reports on increase in menu variety offered by the National School Lunch Program in fall of 1999 according to a survey conducted by the American School Food Service Association (ASFSA). Explanation from ASFSA President Phyllis Griffith; Most widely introduced school lunch entree for 1999; Top favorite food from the survey.


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