The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

If you’re looking for the latest research articles on significant issues affecting child nutrition and school foodservice management, look no further. The latest issue of The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management is available for you to review.

Published twice a year, each issue of this exclusively digital publication features several research articles on topics critical to the successful operation of school meal programs. For the Fall 2017 issue, the peer-reviewed articles include:

Research in Action:

  • Use of Point-Of-Service Systems in School Nutrition Programs: Types, Challenges, and Employee Training
  • National School Breakfast Programs With Implementation of Farm to School Have No Influence on Body Weight Among 3rd and 4th Grade Students
  • An Evaluation of the Mississippi Recipes for Success Program From the Perspective of Child Nutrition Directors

Practical Solutions:

  • Essential KPIs for School Nutrition Program Success
  • The Purchasing Power of Collaboration
  • Evaluation of a Theory-Based Farm to School Pilot Intervention

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Spring 2012   Fall 2012 
Spring 2011   Fall 2011 
Spring 2010   Fall 2010 
Spring 2009   Fall 2009 
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Spring 2005   Fall 2005 
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Spring 2003   Fall 2003 
Spring 2002   Fall 2002 

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