Healthy Options are Celebrated in Minnesota for National School Lunch Week

DULUTH, Minn. – This week schools across the country are celebrating National School Lunch Week.

This is all with a goal of educating students and encouraging them to eat healthy foods.

Northland schools offer farm-to-school initiatives, customizable meals, and innovative ways to help kids make healthy choices.

The Minnesota School Nutrition Association (MSNA), founded in 1956 as a state–wide association with local chapters, is a non–profit association of 3,000 members who work to ensure that all children have access to healthy meals and nutrition education in Minnesota.

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