Racks of snacks

Lassen, Mary
April 1998
FoodService Director;04/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p146
Trade Publication
Presents information on a survey conducted by Joe Finger, service manager at ARAMARK's University, to find out what brands of snacks children prefer. Results of the survey; Details on a `Goodness To Go' snack program which was set up by Nabisco; Information on a `Breakfast to Lunch' program which was set up by the Fairfax County, Virginia school district.


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