Welcome to the School Nutrition Association
The School Nutrition Association (SNA) is a national, nonprofit professional organization representing 50,000 members who provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the country. Recognized as the authority on school nutrition, SNA has been advancing the availability, quality and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education since 1946.
Connect your business with the K-12 operators who need your products and services the most, while supporting the profession’s mission of providing nutritious meals to children across the country.
Not all superheroes wear capes — we feed kids.
Whether on the front lines in school kitchens or supporting from a central office, K-12 foodservice operators take their job of feeding America's students seriously.
In today's climate—from lingering pandemic effects such as supply chain and staffing challenges to ever-evolving legislative impact—SNA members need effective solutions and services more than ever.
How can we help you help them?
Directors & Managers represent the largest engaged audience
District Director/ Supervisor
School Nutrition Manager
School Nutrition Employee
Advertise with SNA | Featured Opportunities
Increase your visibility, gain market share and maximize your budget by partnering with the School Nutrition Association.
School Nutrition Magazine
Gain the competitive edge by advertising in the industry’s premier award-winning magazine, School Nutrition, read and reread by top-level decision-makers who represent nearly two-thirds of the nation’s public school students.
Advertising isn’t limited to the printed page—there are endless opportunities for exposure on our digital platforms, including the brand-new SchoolNutrition.org, in a newsletter or through an email to SNA’s tens of thousands of members.
Increase brand awareness and generate new leads with SNA advertising opportunities.
Patron members receive 10% off ad placements and recognized agencies receive 15% off ad placements (discounts cannot be combined)
SNA policy requires advertisers' products to meet USDA regulations to be sold in federal child nutrition programs