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Product reformulation and nutritional improvements after new competitive food standards in schools.

OBJECTIVEIn 2012, Massachusetts enacted school competitive food and beverage standards similar to national Smart Snacks. These standards aim to improve the nutritional quality of competitive snacks. It was previously demonstrated that a majority of foods and beverages were compliant with the standar... Full description

Journal Title: Public health nutrition April 2018, Vol.21(5), pp.1011-1018
Main Author: Jahn, Jaquelyn L
Other Authors: Cohen, Juliana F W , Gorski-Findling, Mary T , Hoffman, Jessica A , Rosenfeld, Lindsay , Chaffee, Ruth , Smith, Lauren , Rimm, Eric B
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title: Product reformulation and nutritional improvements after new competitive food standards in schools.
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  • Cohen, Juliana F W
  • Gorski-Findling, Mary T
  • Hoffman, Jessica A
  • Rosenfeld, Lindsay
  • Chaffee, Ruth
  • Smith, Lauren
  • Rimm, Eric B
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  • Child–Methods
  • Diet–Methods
  • Fast Foods–Methods
  • Feeding Behavior–Methods
  • Female–Methods
  • Food Services–Methods
  • Food-Processing Industry–Methods
  • Health Promotion–Methods
  • Humans–Methods
  • Male–Methods
  • Massachusetts–Methods
  • Nutritive Value–Methods
  • Quality Improvement–Methods
  • Schools–Methods
  • Snacks–Methods
  • Adolescent Nutrition
  • Competitive Food Policy
  • Look-Alike Snacks
  • Product Reformulation
  • School Food
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