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ASFSAAmerican School Food Service Association
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[19.] American School Food Service Association. Keys to Excellence: Standards of Practice for Nutrition Integrity.
* And finally, "Profession Intention" (page 74) is a personal account by American School Food Service Association executive Michelle Robinson of plotting and pursuing a path to a fulfilling career.
* The American School Food Service Association has been advancing the availability, quality, and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education since 1946.
American School Food Service Association, 1600 Duke St., seventh floor, Alexandria, VA 22314; 800/877-8822 ext.116.
Technical assistance in forming a school nutrition advisory committee is available from the American School Food Service Association. Successful implementation of a nutrition policy also requires the active support of school and district educational leadership.
Joint position of Society for Nutrition Education (SNE), The American Dietetic Association (ADA), and American School Food Service Association (ASFSA): School-based nutntion programs and services.
Thanks to an educational initiative spearheaded by the American School Food Service Association, Alexandria, Virginia, children in more than 700 schools nationwide are learning about global hunger, which claims the lives of 24,000 people each day.
Respondents had the state food service certification in 32.0% of all schools and the American School Food Service Association certification in 16.5% of all schools.
Here's how the American School Food Service Association transformed an adequate magazine into an exceptional vehicle for providing information to members and communicating professionalism to the outside world.
Appearance isn't everything, but it does count for a lot, as the American School Food Service Association knew full well when it embarked on a major image-enhancement effort in the early 1990s.
The members of the American School Food Service Association often are asked to speak at school board and civic group functions, to write articles for local allied organizations' newsletters, and to be interviewed for television and radio reports on school nutrition.
Perhaps no one can attest to that fact better than the Alexandria, Virginia-based American School Food Service Association, a national leader in promoting child nutrition programs.
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