Minnesota School Nutrition Association
The purpose of the Minnesota School Nutrition Association is to provide our members opportunities for professional development and to build relationships that make a difference in the lives of children.
With over 2,700 state members and industry partners, the professionals of the Minnesota School Nutrition Association are working hard to help children by advancing school nutrition programs. Together, we can make a difference - in our communities, our state and nation.
Posted on 31. Oct, 2014 by msna.
By KIM HYATT email@example.com OWATONNA — Students at Owatonna Junior High School had several special guests at lunch on Wednesday. “We have a lot of agriculture in the area obviously. So why not utilize it? It’s a win-win for everybody,” said Representative John Petersburg as he was eating lunch at OJHS to celebrate Farm to School Month. [...]
October is National Farm to School Month, a time to celebrate the connections that are happening all over Minnesota between schools and local food! Whether you are a food service professional, a teacher, or school administrator, there are plenty of ways to celebrate and get involved. Join the celebration! Explore the multiple Farm to School [...]
Posted on 12. Sep, 2014 by msna.
Registration is now open for the MSNA 2014 Nutrition Conference! The Nutrition conference will be held Saturday, October 25th at the Shakopee High School in Shakopee, MN. Come join in the nutrition conversation! The theme for this year’s conference is “Are You What You Eat?” Come learn why they say breakfast is the most important [...]
Posted on 03. Sep, 2014 by msna.
EYOTA, Minn. (KTTC)By Kimberly Davis, Anchor/Reporter New nutrition standards are now in effect in all Minnesota school districts, and that could mean changes for what’s on the menu and how it’s prepared. Click here for video The new standards call for less sodium and more whole grains and fruits and vegetables. The requirements issued by the U.S. [...]
Posted on 15. Aug, 2014 by msna.
Bertrand Weber: Game on Bertrand Weber has transformed child nutrition services at Minneapolis Public Schools by moving away from a prepackaged meal model to cooking from scratch on site. By Becky Schilling, Editor, FOODSERVICE Director Accomplishments Moving away from a prepackaged meal model to cooking from scratch on site. The move has increased participation and staff [...]