How does the FDA define "Smart Snacks in School"?

Posted by Bradley A. McKinney, FaegreBD Consulting August 08, 2013

Tagged in Regulatory Washington Insights

On July 27 2013, USDA Food and Nutrition Service released an interim final rule to establish nutrition standards for all foods sold in schools, other than food sold under the lunch and breakfast programs.

The interim final rule outlines the requirements of "Smart Snacks in School" (competitive foods) standards.

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