Florida School Nutrition Association What's In Your Lunch?

The Florida School Nutrition Association (FSNA) with over 3,600 members, promotes the optimal health, nutrition, and education of all children by supporting nutritionally adequate and educationally sound, financially accountable, nonprofit child nutrition and school community nutrition programs. For more information, please click here.

FSNA VideoSchool Food Service professionals ensure the success of Florida's students, each and every day. This video highlights that important role in education. To view the video, click here.

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Submissions for the 2018-2019 Awards are now being accepted!! Click here for more information. 

FSNA is working to help individuals affected by Hurricane Michael as well as the cafeterias and districts that were in its path. We have started a donation page to give back those people in need. Click here to donate.




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School Food in Florida

One of the great benefits of being an FSNA member is receiving the School Food in Florida Publication. To read/download the online version of past issues, please see the MEMBERS ONLY page.



SNA Updates

SNA is providing members with a Sodium White Paper which outlines the latest in dietary sodium research and how it compares to current and upcoming school meal sodium regulations.

SNA Commends Congress for Recognizing Challenges under School Meal Restrictions. Read Press Release.

Click here to review the SNA / FSNA Membership Drive Material.

SNA members can get involved by submitting school nutrition success stories from their districts and relevant, colorful, close-up photos at www.TrayTalk.org.

Visit the SNA website.


Look Who's Making News

How to lure hungry students? Schools learn from malls (Palm Beach County). Read story here.

Food truck set to visit schools all year long (Alachua County). Read story here.

Duval students getting healthier lunch options. Read story here.

School cafeterias undergo summer renovations (Suwannee County). Read story here.

All students at many North Escambia schools to receive free lunch this year. Read story here.

Summer feeding program works to keep thousands full (Pasco County). Read story here.


2018-2019 FSNA Board of Directors Election Results. See results here.

2017 - 2018 FSNA Scholarship, Grant, and Award Winners. For a list for winners within each category, click here. Visit the Scholarships & Awards webpage to view the winning submissions.

The Florida Coordinated School Health Partnership announces the 2015-2017 Florida Healthy School Districts (Gold Level: Lee, Orange, Osceola, Pinellas, Sarasota; Silver Level: Alachua, Clay, Collier, DeSoto, Flagler, Hamilton, Okaloosa, Putnam, St. Johns; Bronze Level: Gadsden, Hernando). To read more, click here.



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