May 2005


May 2005
Critical Issues

SF&N - May 2005School nutrition professionals have a lot on their trays: food safety, financial operations, menus, promotions, parental concerns, media questions and, of course, legislative issues, to name just a few. Do you know how legislative issues will affect your operation one year from now--or even one month from now? Find insight and assistance in this month’s issue of School Foodservice & Nutrition magazine.

SF&N convened its first Roundtable of Leaders, consisting of nine foodservice directors from districts both large and small. Gain insight from their frank discussion about current industry challenges in “According to the Experts.” Next, turn to “On the Other Hand” for a lively, thought-provoking debate on whether or not the U.S. Department of Agriculture should handle commodity processing for schools. Chew on “Food for Thought,” a review of the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the ways it may affect your operation.

According to the Experts This Content Available to SNA Members Only
School Foodservice & Nutrition convenes a panel of school nutrition leaders to discuss critical issues and "exciting times."

On the Other Hand This Content Available to SNA Members Only
Two commodities experts explain the pros and cons of value-added commodities.

Food for Thought This Content Available to SNA Members Only
Chewing on the possiblities presented by the 2005 Diretary Guidelines for Americans.


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