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2012 – 2013 School Year. Welcome! Janice O. Vander Decker, MS, RD, SNS School Nutrition Supervisor Appoquinimink School District January 8, 2013.

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1 2012 – 2013 School Year

2 Welcome! Janice O. Vander Decker, MS, RD, SNS School Nutrition Supervisor Appoquinimink School District January 8, 2013

3 Healthier Meals = Healthier Kids 1% or Skim Milk Zero Trans- Fat Whole Grains Variety of Vegetables & Fruits Healthier Meals

4 New Requirements

5 SY 2012-2013

6 Only One Change!!! Milk - Two Different Varieties Available Daily: Fat-Free/Skim (Unflavored or Flavored) 1% (Unflavored) Fat-Free or 1% Lactose Free

7 SY 2012-2013

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10 Meat/Meat Alternate Milk Component

11 New Lunch Meal Pattern K-56-89-12 DailyWeeklyDailyWeeklyDailyWeekly Fruits ½ c 2 ½ c½ c2 ½ c1 c5 c Vegetables ¾ c3 ¾ c¾ c3 ¾ c1 c5 c Grains1 oz8-9 oz1 oz8-10 oz2 oz10-12 oz Meat/Meat Alternates 1 oz8-10 oz1 oz9-10 oz2 oz10-12 oz Milk1 c5 c1 c5 c1 c5 c

12 Fruit Component LunchK - 56-89-12 Daily½ c 1 c Weekly2 ½ c 5 c -All fruits are credited based on their volume as served, except dried fruit (1/4 cup = ½ cup fruit component) -Minimum creditable serving = 1/8 cup -Age-grade groups may not be combined, unless the minimum/maximums overlap K-5 & 6-8 overlap

13 Vegetable Component LunchK-56-89-12 Daily Totals¾ c 1 c Weekly Totals3 ¾ c 5 c -Vegetables are credited based on their volume as served, except leafy greens (1 cup = ½ cup veg. component) -Minimum credible serving = 1/8 cup -Age-grade groups may not be combined, unless the minimum/maximums overlap -K-5 & 6-8 overlap

14 Vegetable Subgroups K-56-89-12 Dark Green½ c Red/Orange¾ c 1 ¼ c Beans/Peas½ c Starchy½ c Other½ c ¾ c Additional1 c 1 ½ c Weekly Totals3 ¾ cups 5 cups

15 Grains Half of grains must be whole grain rich Minimum & maximum ranges Grain based desserts Up to two desserts/week Maximum of 2 oz grains/week Add to each entree choice as additional grain contribution

16 Daily/Weekly Requirements LunchK-56-89-12 Daily Minimum1 oz 2 oz Weekly Minimum8 oz 10 oz Weekly Maximum9 oz10 oz12 oz -Schools operating less than 5 days per week may decrease the weekly quantity – see USDA chart hand-out -Schools may not exceed the maximums.

17 Battered or Breaded Products SY 2012-2013 – will not need to be counted toward the maximum weekly grain requirements SY 2013-2014 – will need to be counted

18 Whole Grain Rich Must contain at least 50% whole grains Remaining 50% must be enriched

19 Meat/Meat Alternates Daily requirements Minimum & maximum weekly requirements Tofu may now be offered

20 Daily/Weekly Requirements LunchK-56-89-12 Daily Minimum1 oz 2 oz Weekly Minimum8 oz9 oz10 oz Weekly Maximum10 oz 12 oz -Schools operating less than 5 days per week may decrease the weekly quantity - refer to USDA chart hand-out -Schools may not exceed the maximums.

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22 Age/Grade Calorie Ranges Grade: K-5 Age: 5-10 Range: 550-650 Grade: 6-8 Age: 11-13 Range: 600-700 Grade: 9-12 Age: 14-18 Range: 750-850 Overlap: 600-650

23 Grain and M/MA Ranges Grades K-5 Grains 8-9 M/MA 8-10 Grades 6-8 Grains 8-10 M/MA 9-10 Grades 9-12 Grains 10-12 M/MA 10-12 Overlap: Grains 8-9 M/MA 9-10 Overlap: Grains 10 M/MA 10

24 Trans Fat Labeling Cannot exceed 0 -.5 gram of trans fat per serving SFAs must have trans fat content on file for all foods served ingredient specification sheets nutrition labels

25 Thank You!


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