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The intent of this research was to critically examine the purpose and limitations of nutrition regulation in school food environments across Canada. Examining these environments as extensions of the welfare state shows how the neoliberal influence in these spaces makes regulation challenging relative to other countries with a school meal program. Content analysis and semi-structured interviews show that the regulations applied to internal school food environments are unable to achieve theirdoi:10.48416/ijsaf.v25i1.14 fatcat:vtxpj7cvnjcvvo5wgwubwvc3em