Growing School Breakfast Participation

Learn about different ways school nutrition programs are serving breakfast to middle and high school students on-the-go in SNA's recently released report Growing School Breakfast Participation: New Ways to Deliver Breakfast to Students On-the-Go.

This easy to read research report looks at the prevalence, impact on participation and keys to success of the following types of alternate school breakfast venues:

  • Grab ‘n’ Go in the Cafeteria
  • Hallway Breakfast
  • Breakfast delivered to the classroom
  • Breakfast Vending

Growing School Breakfast Participation will help understand the successful practices for implementing alternate school breakfast venues in middle and high schools. To download your free copy today, click here.

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This report was made possible by General Mills Foodservice, National Dairy Council and US Highbush Blueberry Council’s support of SNA’s 2011 National School Breakfast Week Promotional Campaign.

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