The Maryland School Nutrition Association promotes healthy meals and nutrition education. MdSNA’s members nourish the minds of Maryland’s students on a daily basis, providing them with the fuel they need to learn in the classroom. As the leading authority on school meals in Maryland, MdSNA is committed to advancing good nutrition for all students.
An affiliate of the School Nutrition Association, MdSNA has been advancing the availability, quality and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education since 1955. The Association strives to see that all children have access to healthy school meals and nutrition education.
The primary activities of the association are:
The SNA of Maryland is recognized as the professional Association of school nutrition personnel in the state of Maryland. A volunteer-based organization, MdSNA offers numerous membership benefits, including, an annual conference, seasonal focus workshops, an industry seminar and more. For more information on how to become a member of the MdSNA, click on the Membership link.
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