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Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Still Want Bake Sales

By Amy E. Feldman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As Marie Antoinette could tell you, it is dangerous to withhold the cake. And like her, the federal government is beginning to get pushback from the masses as well. 172 more words

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School Nutrition Association Proposal is Anything But Common Sense

The venerable phrase, “common sense,” has taken a beating, thanks to the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which is descending on Capitol Hill this week to convince Congress to roll back school nutrition standards. 952 more words


The Food Fight Ahead

Every five years, farmers and politicians get together for two knock-down, drag-out rumbles: the Farm Bill and Child Nutrition Reauthorization.

The former is thankfully in our rear-view mirrors. 743 more words

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Healthier School Lunches?

So, you walk into your school’s cafeteria one day.  People are eating junk food, but instead of serving french fries, your cafeteria is serving sweet potato fries.   377 more words


First Lady Takes a Shot at Special Interests Opposing Healthier Food for Kids

Michelle Obama had some harsh words for “special interests” focused on rolling back food policy reforms, like school food standards, while speaking at a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) event in New York City on February 5. 749 more words

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America’s Lunch Ladies Call For An End To Michelle Obama’s School Lunch Tyranny

This is from The Daily Caller.

To what office was Moochelle the shaved Wookie elected?

I would not feed the crap in the school lunches to prisoners in Gitmo. 455 more words

Big Food Dominates the School Nutrition Association's Latest Conference

If there’s still any doubt about where the School Nutrition Association’s (SNA) allegiances lie, their recent School Nutrition Industry Conference (SNIC) leaves no uncertainty.

The annual conference, which this year ran from January 11 through 13, is “where school nutrition directors and industry representatives together to build successful partnerships to better serve the nation’s children,” according to the SNA’s  745 more words