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  • A nationwide survey of vending machines in middle schools and high schools finds that 75 percent of the drinks and 85 percent of the snacks sold are of poor nutritional value. The study, of 1,420 vending machines in 251 schools, was organized by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) and conducted by 120 volunteers. 

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  • 1. Healthy vending machines
    Yang Li
  • 2. 75% of Drinks and 85% of Snacks Unhealthful, Says CSPI
    the Center for Science in the Public Interest
  • 3. Statistics
    Vending machines:
    21.1% of elementary schools
    62.4% of middle schools
    85.8% of high schools
    Healthy status:
    98% of school-aged children in the United States do not meet the requirements of the Food Guide Pyramid
  • 4. Schools promote healthy eating to promote good health and ensure adequate nutrition that assist with normal development and academic performance or success.
    ---- Health People 2010 report
    Children who are offered nutritious foods and beverages will eat these foods and develop good eating habits.
    ---- USDA
  • 5. Pros of vending machines
    Easy access to snacks and drinks
    Save time
    Low price
    Schools earn money
  • 6. Cons of vending machines
    Unhealthy snacks lead to health concerns
  • 7.
  • 8. Cons of vending machines
    Unhealthy snacks lead to health concerns
    Vending machines discourage healthy eating
  • 9. “It’s hard enough for parents to guide their children’s food choices, but it becomes virtually impossible when public schools are peddling junk food throughout the school day”
    ------Margo G. Wootan
    CSPI nutrition policy director
  • 10. Solutions
    Replace with healthy foods
    Offer water, 100% juices and milk
    Offer healthy snacks including granola and cereal bars
  • 11.
  • 12. Solutions
    Replace with healthy foods
    Replace with healthy vending machines
    H.U.M.A.N. Healthy Vending http://www.healthyvending.com/
    Fresh Healthy Vending http://www.freshvending.com/
    Yo!naturals Organic Healthy Vending http://www.yonaturals.com/products/
  • 13. Benefits
    We still have…
    Convenience
    Low price
    In addition, …
    Schools are not losing money (short-term)
    Maine
    Minneapolis
    Health (long-term)
  • 14. Summary
    Traditional vending machines
    Convenience
    Low price
    Schools earn money
    Healthy vending machines
    Convenience
    Low price
    Schools do not lose money
    Health
  • 15. Choosing healthy vending machines is choosing health.
  • 16. References
    CSPI. (2004). School Vending Machines “Dispensing Junk”. Available: http://cspinet.org/new/200405111.html
    USDA. (2001). Foods Sold in Competition with USDA School Meal Programs. A Report to Congress
    Pauline A. Vickery. (2010). Healthy People 2010Report. Available: http://www.diet.com/g/healthy-people-2010-report
    Laura Kann. (2007). Overview and Summary: School Health Policies and Programs Study 2006. Journal of School Health. 77(8), 385-397
    Leslie Whittaker. Cons of Vending Machines in Schools. eHow.com. Available: http://www.ehow.com/list_5824462_cons-vending-machines-schools.html
    Council on clinical affairs. (2009). Policy on Vending Machines in Schools. Oral Health Policies. 32(6), 50-51.
    CSPI. (2004). Dispensing Junk: How School Vending Undermines Efforts to Feed Children Well. Available: http://cspinet.org/new/pdf/dispensing_junk.pdf