CN Direct: News from SchoolNutrition.org Vol. 10, No. 17 - August 31, 2011
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  1. Save the Date for CNIC 2012 in Orlando
  2. Schools Receive Grants Through Fuel Up™ Breakfast Grants Program
  3. Cheryl Thompson, CMP, Promoted to SNA Staff Vice President of Meetings
  4. Trend Reports Reveal Consumers' Dining Preferences as Restaurants Offer Healthier Menu Items
  5. Request for Information: Nutrition Information and Ingredient Lists for Foods Used in School Foodservice
  6. SNA Releases "State of School Nutrition 2011"
  7. The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management Welcomes New Editor
  8. MyPlate Posters Now at the SNA Emporium!
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  1. Save the Date for CNIC 2012 in Orlando

    Don't miss out on one of the best learning, sharing and networking events! Make plans now to join your school nutrition peers at SNA's upcoming Child Nutrition Industry Conference (CNIC), January 15-17, 2012.
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  2. Schools Receive Grants Through Fuel Up™ Breakfast Grants Program

    As part of a partnership effort with the National Dairy Council (NDC), General Mills Foodservice recently awarded grants up to $3,000 each to schools across the country through the NDC Fuel Up™ Breakfast Grant program.
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  3. Cheryl Thompson, CMP, Promoted to SNA Staff Vice President of Meetings

    SNA is pleased to announce that SNA Director of Meetings Cheryl Thompson, CMP, has been promoted to Staff Vice President of Meetings.
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  4. Trend Reports Reveal Consumers' Dining Preferences as Restaurants Offer Healthier Menu Items

    Recently published reports identify a variety of dining preferences and trends among consumers of assorted age groups while also indicating that restaurants are experiencing a rise in consumers ordering healthier menu items.
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  5. Request for Information: Nutrition Information and Ingredient Lists for Foods Used in School Foodservice

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services, is interested in examining what nutrition information and ingredient lists are available to schools, information accessibility, and how that information and accessibility compare with the information schools generally need.
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  6. SNA Releases "State of School Nutrition 2011"

    SNA's School Nutrition Operations Report: The State of School Nutrition 2011 shows that students heading back to school this fall will find more fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain options and locally grown foods in school cafeterias.
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  7. The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management Welcomes New Editor

    SNA is pleased to announce its new editor for The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management is Marilyn Briggs, PhD, SNS, Co-Director of the Center for Nutrition in Schools, Department of Nutrition, University of California-Davis.
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  8. MyPlate Posters Now at the SNA Emporium!

    In time for the new school year, the SNA Emporium now has five different MyPlate posters available. Each poster features the new MyPlate icon and a short nutrition education message about school lunch.
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