Food shows: An opportunity to promote healthful eating to foodservice professionals

Samuelson, Amy C.; Deitcher, Deborah R.
July 1996
Journal of Nutrition Education;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 28 Issue 4, following p239
Academic Journal
Reports on the 1996 New York Restaurant & Foodservice Show and examines opportunities in promoting healthful food habits among food service employees. Highlights of the event; Strategies in imparting healthful eating habits.


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