Keeping kids happy, healthy and motivated through effective school nutrition programs—that’s the focus of the School Nutrition Association’s 73rd Annual National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri July 14-16, 2019.
The mission of the School Nutrition Association (SNA) is to advance the quality of school meal programs through education and advocacy. This national organization of school nutrition professionals is committed to continuous improvement and enhancement of these programs to better serve the needs of students.
Keeping Cafeteria Workers Safe
Keeping cafeteria workers safe as they prepare nutritious meals for students is a priority for schools, too. Every food service operation should have a slip-resistant safety footwear program to help reduce slips and falls on the job. That’s why companies like Shoes For Crews are proud participants in the School Nutrition Association conference year after year.
Research continues to support the SNA’s assertion that school nutrition programs are an important key to educational success as well as overall wellness. Healthy eating becomes a lifelong habit among students touched by these initiatives. By providing valuable resources to school nutrition professionals, including information that provides a better understanding of school nutrition’s benefits, the SNA helps expand community awareness and feed more children.
Meet Us In St. Louis
This year’s event will be held at the America’s Center Convention Complex, located in the heart of downtown St. Louis and close to hotels, dining, attractions, shopping and public transportation. Attendees can practically make a home away from home right at the Center, which offers wireless Internet access, an on-site concierge, ATM machines and the Center Café. Just step outside the door onto Washington Avenue to enjoy some of St. Louis’s world-class dining experiences.
If you’re attending the SNC Conference, be sure to visit Shoes For Crews in Booth 3166. For further information on the event, call the SNA at 703-824-3000 or email email@example.com.
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