Improving Nutritional Intake Through Environmentally Sustainable School Food Programs
Everitt, Tracy 1973-
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DegreeDoctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
DepartmentCommunity Health and Epidemiology
ProgramCommunity and Population Health Science
SupervisorEngler-Stringer, Rachel; Martin, Wanda
CommitteeMuhajarine, Nazeem; Miller, Dianne; Vatanparast, Hassanali; Jennings, Derek
Copyright DateOctober 2019
School food program, school meal program, sustainable food systems in schools, elementary school, health promotion, Canada
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