SCHOOL LUNCH REFORM, PART II: White House budget targets NSLP over-certifications

March 2003
FoodService Director;3/15/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p16
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Part II. Looks at the impact of the U.S. budget plan for fiscal year 2004 on the national school lunch program (NSLP). Reasons for changes made to the NSLP; Challenge posed by the plan to families; Concerns of the American School Food Service Association officials over the level of funding for child nutrition.


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