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Offer vs Serve in a Smarter Lunchroom

Can you implement the USDA's Offer vs Serve provision and be a Smarter Lunchroom? Absolutely! Tune in to this webinar to refresh your knowledge on Offer vs Serve and to hear answers to common questions regarding Offer vs Serve in a Smarter Lunchroom. This webinar is presented by:
  • Heidi Kessler, Executive Director, Smarter Lunchrooms Movement, Cornell University  
  • Kerri Link, Review Administrator, Colorado Department of Education, Office of School Nutrition
Learning objectives:
After this webinar participants will be able to:  
  • Describe the USDA Offer vs Serve Guidance for School Meal Programs
  • Implement Smarter Lunchrooms strategies while maintaining Offer vs Serve
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