Healthier on all fronts

Chater, Amanda
February 2000
FoodService Director;02/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p96
Trade Publication
Covers the efforts of foodservice employees in several colleges and universities in the United States in introducing healthy foods to students. How Patty Smith, school lunch manager at Oswego City School District, New York, prepares meals; Menu served by Peggy Lee, senior director of child nutrition services at Norfolk Public Schools, Virginia; Importance of serving vegetables to students; How they provide nutrition education on their menus.


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