From a study of the Newfoundland and Labrador school food system:
Describing an evolution in ways of knowing about school food
Keywords:school food system
In this perspective piece I reflect on the importance of considering the place of schools within broader systems for critical school food study and intervention. These reflections are based on my study of school food in Newfoundland and Labrador from a systems perspective which helped reveal to me how assumptions about school food tend to get in the way of deep understanding about the impact and sustainability of programs.
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