Nutritional information and accuracy contained on this site is based on data obtained from food manufacturers, food distributors, product packaging, the South Carolina Purchasing Alliance, the Meals Plus Software System and USDA.
Darlington County School District neither assumes any legal liability nor makes any warranty or guarantee, either expressed or implied regarding the completeness, accuracy, or usefulness of this information. It is the responsibility of the reader to check for updates to the information contained on this site.
Information relevant to nutrition changes rapidly. Changes and updates to this site occur as quickly as the nutrition information updates are provided to the Darlington County Office of School Food Services. Some information on this site may become out dated.
Data on this site is provided for informational purposes, is not tailored to the needs of specific situations, and is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by a physician or other health professional. The nutrition benefits gained from food varies from person to person. The nutrition information on this site is provided to assist the consumer with making informed food choices related to health.
Information contained on this site should not be used to diagnose or treat health problems, diseases, or for the prescribing of medicine. Each line of data should be carefully read. If you suspect that you or a family member has a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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