Posts Tagged ‘school nutrition’

Smart School Cafeterias: Nudging Kids for Better Choices

June 10, 2013 — “It’s not nutrition until it’s eaten.” That’s the philosophy for school food choices of Andrew Hanks, a behavioral economist at Cornell University, and his colleagues Brian Wansink and David Just. New nutritional guidelines, published in 2012, require school cafeterias to offer more whole grains, low-fat milk, and fruits and vegetables. But offering doesn’t always equate […]