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The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school students, before implementation of the US Department of Agriculture's Smart Snacks in School standards in July 2014. In spring 2014, we audited vending machines and à la carte cafeteria foods and ...

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The Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages to Middle School Students in Appalachian Virginia Before Implementation of the 2014 Smart Snacks in School Standards

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Objective Competitive foods and beverages sold in vending machines, in school stores, at fundraisers, and individually as à la carte cafeteria foods can undermine students’ diet quality and may increase risk of overweight and obesity. However, few studies have assessed competitive foods in rural middle schools (1–3). The purpose of this study was to assess and analyze the availability and

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages

Competitive foods and beverages are widely available in elementary, middle and high schools, and they have increased in prevalence over the past few years.3 National data show that students typically purchase high-calorie, nutrient-poor items, such as candy, cookies, cakes, brownies and soda, from competitive venues.4 Further, national studies

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages During ...

26/09/2002  Competitive foods, ie, snack foods, beverages, were identified in school canteens (school stores), vending machines, and school cafeteria serving lines. Lists of all foods and beverages offered for sale were compiled by school site. Master lists of the total of all beverages, snacks, and ice cream items offered by schools in the study were developed. School foodservice menus and

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages - RWJF

01/06/2010  Nearly two-thirds of public elementary school students were able to purchase competitive foods or beverages on campus. These items, sold or served outside of school meal programs, often included soda, candy, cookies and french fries. Meals served through the National School Lunch Program often included higher-fat items such as pizza, french fries, and 2% or whole milk. Only 20 percent of ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages - Health ...

Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages. June 1, 2010 Source: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Competitive foods and beverages include all items served or sold in schools outside of federally reimbursable meal programs. Competitive products are commonly sold in vending machines, à la carte lines in the cafeteria, school stores and snack bars. Among elementary school students ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages During ...

Article. Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages During Lunch in Middle Schools. January 2004; Topics in Clinical Nutrition 19(1):20–27

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29/08/2008  Competitive foods are not subject to any federal nutrition standards unless they are sold inside the food service area during mealtimes. A 2007 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report concluded that schools should limit the availability of less nutritious competitive foods or include more nutritious foods and beverages if they make competitive foods available. To identify the types of competitive ...

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The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school ...

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The Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages to Middle School Students in Appalachian Virginia Before Implementation of the 2014 Smart Snacks in School Standards

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The Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages to ...

Objective Competitive foods and beverages sold in vending machines, in school stores, at fundraisers, and individually as à la carte cafeteria foods can undermine students’ diet quality and may increase risk of overweight and obesity. However, few studies have assessed competitive foods in rural middle schools (1–3). The purpose of this study was to assess and analyze the availability and

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages

Competitive foods and beverages are widely available in elementary, middle and high schools, and they have increased in prevalence over the past few years.3 National data show that students typically purchase high-calorie, nutrient-poor items, such as candy, cookies, cakes, brownies and soda, from competitive venues.4 Further, national studies

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The availability of competitive foods and beverages to ...

The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school students, before implementation of the US Department of Agriculture's Smart Snacks in School standards in July 2014. In spring 2014, we audited vending machines and à la carte cafeteria foods and ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages - RWJF

01/06/2010  Nearly two-thirds of public elementary school students were able to purchase competitive foods or beverages on campus. These items, sold or served outside of school meal programs, often included soda, candy, cookies and french fries. Meals served through the National School Lunch Program often included higher-fat items such as pizza, french fries, and 2% or whole milk. Only 20 percent of ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages - Health ...

Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages. June 1, 2010 Source: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Competitive foods and beverages include all items served or sold in schools outside of federally reimbursable meal programs. Competitive products are commonly sold in vending machines, à la carte lines in the cafeteria, school stores and snack bars. Among elementary school students ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages During ...

Article. Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages During Lunch in Middle Schools. January 2004; Topics in Clinical Nutrition 19(1):20–27

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Competitive foods and beverages available for purchase in ...

29/08/2008  Competitive foods are not subject to any federal nutrition standards unless they are sold inside the food service area during mealtimes. A 2007 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report concluded that schools should limit the availability of less nutritious competitive foods or include more nutritious foods and beverages if they make competitive foods available. To identify the types of competitive ...

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Influence of School Competitive Food and Beverage Policies ...

01/04/2013  Foods and beverages high in fats, added sugars, and calories are widely available in America’s schools. 1-6 Referred to as “competitive foods and beverages” (CFBs) because they are sold in competition with the federal school meals, these energy-dense snack foods and beverages are routinely sold in schools à la carte in the cafeteria; sold in vending machines, school stores, snack

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The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school ...

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The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school students, before implementation of the US Department of Agriculture’s Smart Snacks in School standards in July 2014. In spring 2014, we audited vending machines and à la carte cafeteria foods and ...

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The availability of competitive foods and beverages to ...

The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school students, before implementation of the US Department of Agriculture's Smart Snacks in School standards in July 2014. In spring 2014, we audited vending machines and à la carte cafeteria foods and ...

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The Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages to ...

The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school students, before implementation of the US Department of Agriculture’s Smart Snacks in School standards in July 2014. In spring 2014, we audited vending machines and à la carte cafeteria foods and ...

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Preventing Chronic Disease

The Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages to Middle School Students in Appalachian Virginia Before Implementation of the 2014 Smart Snacks in School Standards Georgianna Mann, MS; Vivica Kraak, PhD, RD; Elena Serrano, PhD Suggested citation for this article: Mann G, Kraak V, Serrano E. The Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages to Middle School Students in Appalachian ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages - RWJF

01/06/2010  Nearly two-thirds of public elementary school students were able to purchase competitive foods or beverages on campus. These items, sold or served outside of school meal programs, often included soda, candy, cookies and french fries. Meals served through the National School Lunch Program often included higher-fat items such as pizza, french fries, and 2% or whole milk. Only 20 percent of ...

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17/09/2015  The study objective was to examine the nutritional quality of competitive foods and beverages (foods and beverages from vending machines and à la carte foods) available to rural middle school students, before implementation of the US Department of Agriculture's Smart Snacks in School standards in July 2014. In spring 2014, we audited vending ...

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Availability of Competitive Foods and Beverages During ...

To understand the middle school eating environment, an assessment was conducted in 20 randomly selected schools to determine the availability of foods and beverages to children ...

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School Foods Sold Outside of Meals Healthy Eating ...

The term “competitive foods” refers to all foods and beverages available or sold in schools with the exception of items served through the national school lunch and breakfast programs. They are called competitive foods because they compete with the nutritionally regulated school meal program. Parents and children don’t think of them as competitive foods; to them these foods are “snacks ...

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19/09/2021  During 2004--2006, the availability during school lunch periods of some less nutritious competitive foods and beverages at schools decreased

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