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National School Breakfast Week

Celebrate NSBW (March 2-6, 2015) with the theme of “Make the Grade with School Breakfast.” It highlights how eating a nutritious breakfast helps students achieve success in the classroom and beyond. Get started planning your celebration with free tools and resources.


Increase Lunch Participation: Get in the Game!

National School Lunch Week 2014 is around the corner: October 13-17, 2014! Use the “Get in the Game with School Lunch” promotion to make the cafeteria a fun place to be for your students.


2014 Calendar Raffle Winners


Get Your Cran On! Contest

2014 U.S. Cranberry Marketing Committee Wisconsin School Foodservice Cranberry Recipe Contest


"Let’s Move Salad Bars to MIDWEST Schools" Initiative

The goal of Let's Move Salad Bars to MIDWEST Schools is to increase children’s fruit and vegetable consumption by donating salad bars to schools in IL, IN, MI, MN, OH and WI.


U.S. Dried Cranberries added to USDA's Foods Available List

The dried cranberries will be available to purchase starting in 2014.


SNA-WI: A request to add dried cranberries to the USDA Foods Available List

SNA-WI recently requested to add dried cranberries to the USDA Foods Available List.

What's New in School Nutrition

News and Updates from the DPI School Nutrition Team and SNA-WI

Click here to visit the DPI website to read DPI Updates on "What's New in School Nutrition"

Click here to view the "What's New in School Nutrition" Archive

Current Articles

UW Health to ask about food insecurity, provide meals -June 8, 2017

Wis. district weighs implementation of relaxed meal standard-May 22, 2017

School Lunch Hero honored at Southern Bluffs-May 5, 2017

Wis. district to launch breakfast program in some schools - January 11, 2016

Free, reduced-price meals make a difference in Wis. district - December 2, 2016

Will in-class breakfasts boost participation in Wis. school district? - November 20, 2016