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ePallet Goes Back To School, Advocates For Cost-Effective Solutions To Reduce Childhood Obesity In The Classroom

Nationally Recognized Online Wholesale Marketplace to Partner With School Districts and Health Professionals at School Nutrition Association’s National Conference, July 12-15, 2021

ePallet, the nation’s leading wholesale food and grocery products online marketplace, has identified a need to help school districts alleviate costs, reduce childhood obesity, and provide healthful meal solutions to students nationwide. These key topics, which affect the health and welfare of school-age children, will be addressed by ePallet and school nutrition professionals at the School Nutrition Association (SNA) Virtual Annual National Conference 2021, taking place July 12-15.

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“There’s an immediate need to improve the quality of what students in grades K-12 are eating in school every day. At ePallet, we recognize that districts get caught between making budget cuts and serving up high-fat, sodium-laden, calorie-filled food versus ordering nourishing, nutrient-dense, healthy food, which actually can cost less through ePallet’s portfolio of services,” says James Kwon, ePallet Co-founder and CEO.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, childhood obesity rates in the United States are rising and affect approximately 14.4 million children across the country. The USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) points blame on the National Lunch School Program, indicating that stakeholders, including teachers, parents, and students, want more health and wellness options at school.

Kwon, who is alarmed by the obesity statistic, adds, “The overfed and undernourished adolescents and youth in this country are at risk for poor health. During the SNA conference, our goal is to meet with key decision-makers and be a part of the conversation to help be a solution for better nutrition in the classroom.”

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