In New Child Nutrition Study: USDA raises concerns over kids & foodservice

November 1999
FoodService Director;11/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p24
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Presents the findings of the United States Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service which raises concerns on the nutritional quality of children's diets. Nutritional content of food from table-service restaurants and other food establishments; Foods consumed by children at home; Nutritional content of food at school cafeterias.


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