Anything's Possible

Pond, James
August 2006
FoodService Director;8/15/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
In this article the author reflects on the changes in the exhibitions at the 2006 School Nutrition Association's Annual National Conference. He points out that the everything in the show floor contains whole grains in some fashion or another and many foods touted their trans fat-free nature. He cites one product that stand out, the fruit that fizzes, bubbles as if it were carbonated.


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