Current national standards for snacks and beverages sold in schools are out of date and don’t address calories, saturated and trans fat, salt, and sugars, which are key public health concerns for child nutrition and obesity. While some states and localities have made progress to improve the nutritional quality of school snacks and beverages, all children across the country deserve healthy options. Research shows that unhealthy snacks are still widely available in schools.
We can take action!
The Center for Science in the Public Interest is recommending we write to the USDA
They have provided an easy way for us to do that. CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE FORM AND HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD