State and National School Snack Policies: How They Compare

Compares State and national school snack policies. Recommends that State child nutritional policies and procedures include: technical assistance and training to schools and districts, opportunities for collaboration and sharing of best practices, clear guidance on the number of fundraisers, and a plan for addressing how schools will be held accountable for meeting the USDA's Smart Snacks in Schools nutrition standards. Lastly, contains state snack foods and beverages fact sheets and data tables.

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