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ERIC Number: ED057461
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Aug-4
Pages: 5
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Children's Needs -- for Universal Food Service and Nutrition.
Briggs, George M.
Good nutrition and adequate nutritious food are not only essential to good health but also represent the difference between life and death. Nutrition is the world's number one problem today, along with war and population control. Good nutrition means providing, with care and love, all 45 essential nutrients in adequate amounts to each child -- one of the best signs of a civilized society. School food service personnel should work in their communities to get the nutritional message to all school children and to convince citizens of the need in every district for free school food services and knowledgeable nutrition consultants. (Author)
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