The State of School Foodservice

August 2007
FoodService Director;8/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p74
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This section offers news briefs on school food service in the U.S. More than 6,000 school food service professionals gathered in Chicago, Illinois for the annual School Nutrition Association (SNA) conference. It is said that most school districts prepare meals either from a central kitchen or using a combination of central and on-site production facilities. The School Nutrition Association has reported that nearly two-thirds of all school districts require that their site managers be certified in food safety and sanitation.


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