Hundreds of members of the School Nutrition Association, or SNA, are set to charge up to Capitol Hill on March 6 during their annual Legislative Action Conference. One initiative they will ask their lawmakers to include in the 2007 Farm Bill is a uniform national standard for foods and beverages served in schools in place of the various state and local standards. This request includes expanding the time-and-place rule to apply the same regulations to all foods sold or served on campus ...
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