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
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
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
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