Promoting and supporting school salad bars : an action guide for state health practitioners
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      School salad bars can be part of a comprehensive nutrition education program that involves school staff, parents, and community members to influence the amount of fruits and vegetables students eat every day. This guide will help you learn more about school salad bars and discuss ways in which you can promote, market, and support school salad bars in your states, communities, and schools. This guide is intended for state public health nutrition practitioners who want to help place more salad bars in schools. You may want to share parts of this guide and its resources with key stakeholders in your state, including obesity and chronic disease staff, school health staff, school nutrition professionals, and food safety staff. Suggested citation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Promoting and Supporting School Salad Bars: An Action Guide for State Health Practitioners. Atlanta, GA: US Dept of Health and Human Services; 2015. CS253325-A promoting_supporting_school_saladbars.pdf.pdf
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