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 04. Dec, 2013 by msna.
DoSomething.org is expected to release a “report of the true state of school lunch” based on their Fed Up campaign, http://fedup.dosomething.org/fedup, which asked young people to post photos of their meals, share their impressions of school lunch, and vote either “eat it” or “toss it” on posted photos. Please click here to read SNA’s web [...]
Posted on 22. Nov, 2013 by msna.
Hunger-Free Minnesota announced the 40 schools selected to participate in its School Breakfast Challenge. Hunger-Free Minnesota will provide a $0.10 per meal (up to 25,000 meals) incentive during the 2013-14 school year to participating schools that increase their school breakfast meals served to free-and reduced-price (F/R) eligible children over the prior school year. Financial support for [...]
Members of the School Nutrition Association have spoken, casting their ballots in the annual election for the Association’s top leadership positions. Nine new members to the Board of Directors will be installed in Boston at ANC, July 2014 and four members, representing different SNA regions, will join the Nominating Committee. SNA congratulates the following candidates [...]
Posted on 19. Nov, 2013 by msna.
SNA & MSNA wants to celebrate the great work school nutrition managers do every day. December 1, 2013 is the deadline for the The Louise Sublette Award of Excellence letter of intent. This award is for managers who take a special idea, develop it into a goal and use it to make their school nutrition [...]
Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by msna.
The Minnesota School Nutrition Association and the School Nutrition Directors of Minnesota have jointly submitted a comment paper on the proposed Competitive Food/Smart Snacks guidelines. The joint comments are in agreement with the SNA comments that have been submitted. We need you to submit your comments to USDA , Food and Nutrition Services in regards [...]