Cover: State Monitoring of National School Lunch Program Nutritional Content

State Monitoring of National School Lunch Program Nutritional Content

State by State Results Appendix

Published 2002

by Liisa Hiatt, Jacob Alex Klerman

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As part of its School Meals Initiative, the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Food and Nutrition Service (USDA-FNS) now requires each state to regularly review the nutritional content of food served as part of the National School Lunch Program. The USDA-FNS asked RAND to examine how states perform nutritional reviews and how they might be able to transmit data with limited additional burden.

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