“The favorite part of my job is serving healthy, fresh food to children as a means to help them grow healthy, strong and smart both inside and outside the classroom."-School foodservice operator
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The School Breakfast Programs (SBP) has been shown to increase achievement scores and improve the nutritional content of what is consumed for breakfast.
The School Breakfast Program (SBP) can ensure that all school-aged children consume breakfast and has been linked to better nutrition and body weight.
The School Breakfast Program increases opportunity for improved nutrient intake and healthier body weight through breakfast consumption, especially whole grain Ready-To-Eat cereals.
Preliminary research suggests that the revised NSLP standards, effective in the 2012-13 school year, have resulted in more healthful eating in the school setting without creating additional waste.