Congress moved to extend nutrition waivers through the summer and next school year.  U.S. News and World Report explains, “The nutrition waivers, which were set to expire at the end of June, provided schools with generous reimbursement rates and allowed them flexibility from complying with meal patterns and nutrition standard requirements. School nutrition directors say that the waivers have been crucial in allowing school meal programs to operate at all given the unpredictable landscape.” 

Posted by Kim Miller-Smith on 7/15/2022