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School Nutrition Association Launches Redesigned Website with New Look and Increased Functionality

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Erik Peterson
703-739-3900 ext. 124

School Nutrition Association Launches Redesigned Website with New Look and Increased Functionality

July 15, 2008 – Improved navigation tools and new capabilities for interactivity are among a variety of additional resources the School Nutrition Association (SNA) launched today with its redesigned website, www.schoolnutrition.org.  The new website incorporates a fresh, inviting look and feel with numerous enhancements to provide an all-encompassing resource for members and visitors. 

As the premier online resource in the school nutrition arena, www.schoolnutrition.org boasts enhanced features including:

  • Design – A new, more inviting color scheme and images convey the Association’s commitment to advancing good nutrition for all children.
  • Comments – Improved interactivity allows members to share ideas and  comment on a variety of discussion boards and articles.
  • Resource Center – New features provide important school nutrition research, tools for operating an effective program, marketing templates, menu planning tools and more.
  • Member services – Simplified tools to review certification records and customization capabilities ensures members get what they need.
  • Searches – An improved searching function and overhauled organization of the site makes content easier to find.
  • News – Featured prominently, up-to-date school nutrition related news keeps visitors informed of the latest trends in the field.
  • Parents – Enhanced parent website provide answers to questions and more detailed information on how school nutrition program work.

In addition to serving as a resource for the Association’s member base of school nutrition professionals, the website also provides useful industry information for school communities and the media.

SNA, the School Nutrition Association, is a national, non-profit professional organization representing more than 55,000 members who provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the country. The Association and its members are dedicated to feeding children safe and nutritious meals. Founded in 1946, SNA is the only association devoted exclusively to protecting and enhancing children's health and well being through school meals and sound nutrition education.

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