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Equity in school nutrition is a vital part of equity in education. 
When schools have equitable nutrition programs, not only will kids be healthier and more prepared to learn,
but schools will in turn see better academic performance and a decrease in behavioral issues. 

Nebraska Appleseed and No Kid Hungry have created 
Nebraska-specific district fact sheets and nutrition equity materials
that can help you evaluate and improve your school nutrition programs.

Find your district’s data on an interactive map and learn more at

What is Nebraska SNAC?

The Nebraska Student Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC), formerly known as Go Big Breakfast, focuses on expanding access to child nutrition programs during both school and out-of-school time in order to make sure every child has the food they need to reach their full potential. We focus on school breakfast, school lunch, the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and Provision 2, the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) At Risk After School meals, and Farm-to-School.

Mission and Vision

We strive to connect kids to meals across Nebraska by educating and engaging key stakeholders and identifying, developing and sharing resources, training and best practices. Nebraska SNAC aims to ensure every child in Nebraska has access to the food they need to learn and grow.

Nebraska SNAC Activities and Supports for Schools:

  • Offer trainings and technical assistance  
  • Provide school, district, and county level meal participation and equity data analyses  
  • Support peer to peer connections 
  • Offer grant opportunities  
  • Share innovative practices through our Nebraska champions network
  • Disseminate national and Nebraska research and best practices
  • Raise up the essential work of nutrition staff
  • Work together to make sure every child in Nebraska has the food they need to reach their full potential!

Who is a part of SNAC?

Nebraska SNAC includes Nebraska community organizations, community organizations, governmental agency representatives, school districts, advocacy groups, and educational associations. Participation in the community is open.

To participate, please reach out to  Eric Savaiano at Nebraska Appleseed, Nebraska SNAC’s facilitator.