Form to receive meal accommodations for students with medically necessary diets:
Medical Statement for Special Diet Accommodations
If you have specific nutrition questions or need additional nutrition information, please contact
Jessie Coffey, RD, LMNT at (402) 436-1745.
Nutrional Analysis is derived from nutrition product information provided by manufacturers of foods served at LPS as of July 2016, as well as information from Handbook 8 and the USDA nutrient data base. Variation may occur due to supplier’s substitutions, ingredient substitutions or manufacturer formulation changes. The analysis lists are updated periodically to reflect known product changes. Lincoln Public Schools, Nutrition Services Department is not responsible for nutritional inaccuracies listed on this document.
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