Nutrition and Food Service in Early Learning Environments
This course is designed to provide information to assist food service staff, caregivers and members of program leadership develop positive, healthy nutritional programs for young children. Participants will also gain a greater understanding of the requirements of the USDA Food Program and meal planning in an early childhood education setting.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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