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Recognize Reimbursable Meals. OBJECTIVES You will be able to: Recognize a reimbursable meal using Serve or Offer versus Serve (OVS) Identify food items,

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1 Recognize Reimbursable Meals

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3 OBJECTIVES You will be able to: Recognize a reimbursable meal using Serve or Offer versus Serve (OVS) Identify food items, food components, full components, and choices

4 Lunch Meal Pattern Grades K-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-12 Meal PatternAmount of Food Per Week (minimum per day) Fruits (cups) 2.5 (0.5) 5 (1) Vegetables (cups) 3.75 (0.75) 5 (1) Dark green 0.5 Red/Orange Beans and peas (legumes) 0.5 Starchy 0.5 Other Additional Veg to Reach Total Grains (oz eq) 8-9 (1)8-10 (1)10-12 (2) Meats/Meat Alternates (oz eq) 8-10 (1)9-10 (1)10-12 (2) Fluid milk (cups) 5 (1) Other Specifications: Daily Amount Based on the Average for a 5-Day Week Min-max calories (kcal) Saturated fat (% of total calories) < 10 Sodium (mg) < 640< 710< 740 Trans fatNutrition label or manufacturer specifications must indicate ZERO grams of trans fat per serving.

5 Reimbursable Lunch Five (5) full components must be offered or served at lunch Five (5) components at lunch include: –Fruits –Vegetables –Meats/Meat Alternates –Grains –Milk

6 Reimbursable Lunch Definitions Food Component - One of five food groups that make up reimbursable school lunch, school breakfast, and afterschool snack programs Full Component (ex. lunch daily requirements)- Food Item - A specific food offered within the five food components for lunch ¾

7 Definitions (cont.) Serve – students must take all 5 components, regardless of choices Offer vs. Serve – allows students to decline up to any 2 components at lunch to minimize plate waste; schools are required to offer more food item choices Choice – several food items available as a component selection; choice is not OVS

8 Show What You Know! Using the food models and tray at your table: Find 5 food items (don’t worry about portion or components), place on tray Select 5 food items to represent the 5 components Identify 3 choices within the vegetable component and within the fruit component ACTIVITY

9 What is OVS? A.An alternative way to start a tennis match B.A way to offer more food choices to students on school menus C.An option to reduce food waste and give students flexibility D.Required in all Georgia schools

10 More on Offer vs. Serve Required in grades at lunch Optional in grades K - 8 at lunch Optional in ALL grades at breakfast

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12 Healthy School Meal Pattern We don’t know what you’ve been told, The old meal pattern’s got to go. Add leafy dark greens and black-eyed peas, Red/orange veggies are sure to please. At least 1/2 cup of fruit or veggie is the rule, On the tray when you eat at school… the MEAL PATTERN!!!!!

13 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Offer vs. Serve - Rules 1.A student may select 3, 4 or all 5 food components offered at lunch 2.5 full components must be offered 3. NEW this year! All students must select at least ½ cup vegetable or fruit AND at least 2 other full components for a reimbursable lunch

14 What Does the Required Fruit or Vegetable in OVS Look Like? 1.One or more servings of any fruit that equals at least ½ cup for lunch

15 Examples of Required Vegetable or Fruit in OVS 2.One or more servings of any vegetable that equals at least ½ cup for lunch

16 Examples of Required Vegetable or Fruit in OVS 3.One or more servings of a mixture of fruits and vegetables that equals at least ½ cup for lunch

17 Examples of Required Vegetable or Fruit in OVS 4.1 serving of a combination of fruit and vegetable that equals to at least ½ cup for lunch

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20 Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent “Making Education Work for All Georgians” Is it reimbursable for lunch? ACTIVITY

21 ½ cup -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. WGR 2 slices (2 oz.eq.) ½ cup 1 ½ oz.eq. 1 cup 1 medium ½ cup

22 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. WGR 2 slices (2 oz.eq.) 1 ½ oz.eq. ½ cup 1 medium ½ cup

23 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. WGR 2 slices (2 oz.eq.) 1 ½ oz.eq. 1 cup

24 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. ½ cup 1 cup 1 medium ½ cup

25 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. 2.5 oz= 2oz. eq. 1/2 cup Turkey 2 oz. eq. 2 slices WGR 2 oz. eq. 1/2 oz. eq.

26 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. 1/2 cup 2 slices WGR 2 oz. eq. 1 cup fat-free 1/2 oz. eq. 1 cup fat-free Turkey 2 oz. eq.

27 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. 1/2 cup 1 cup fat-free

28 -Is this meal reimbursable? YES NO -For what grade level(s)? K Choose 1 or more -Is this Serve or Offer vs. Serve? Serve OVS Check your meal pattern chart. 1/2 cup Turkey 2 oz. eq. 2 slices WGR 2 oz. eq. 1/2 oz. eq.

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30 Your manager will… 1.Review daily menu with staff before meal service 2.Ensure correct serving sizes 3.Discuss possible combinations of offerings 4.Observe that Serve or OVS is being implemented correctly

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