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1 Healthy-Hunger Free Kids Act 2010 Smart Snack Policies

2 Since the beginning of School Lunch, the intent… Was to safeguard our children’s health and well being

3 Nutrition Guidelines for Food & Beverages Food & beverage sold to students on campus during school day should meet regulations for: School meal standards Smart Snacking in schools

4 Alabama State Department of Education Healthy Snack Standards remain in place, except where USDA standards are more restrictive

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6 Any snack food sold in schools should mover towards: Be “whole grain rich” grain – OR Have as first ingredient a fruit, a vegetable, a dairy product, or a protein food OR

7 Any food sold in schools should mover towards: Contain 10% of the DV of one to the following nutrients: calcium, potassium, vitamin D, or dietary fiber OR Be a combination food that contains at least ¼ cup of fruit and/or vegetable

8 Smart Snack Standards Entrée items exempt from new standards if part of a reimbursable meal Entrée item may be sold a la carte on same day, and day after sold as part of reimbursable meal

9 Nutritional Requirements Calorie limits: Snack items: ≤ 200 cal Entrée items: ≤ 350 cal* Sodium Limits: Snack items: ≤230 mg Entrée items: ≤ 480 mg* *Exempt from standard if part of reimbursable meal, day of and day after

10 Nutritional Requirements Sugar limits: ≤ 35% of weight from total sugars in food Fat limits: Total fat ≤ 35% calories Saturated fat < 10% Trans fat- 0 grams

11 Alliance for a Healthier Generation calculator https://schools.healthiergeneration.org/focus_areas/snacks_and_ beverages/smart_snacks/product_calculator/

12 USDA Meal Pattern

13 Breakfast Meal Components Fruits Grains/Meat-Meal Alternatives Milk

14 Offer Vs ServeServed Must offer 4 Items from 3 Components 3 MUST be taken This can be: Grains Fruit/Vegetable/Juice Milk Additional item 3 Items from 3 Components MUST be served May serve more items if desired This must be: 1 milk 1 fruit 1 grain (optional meat, meat alternative after daily grain met)

15 Meal Pattern Changes SY Breakfast – 1 cup fruit required for all age grade groups ½ cup fruit must be taken for a reimbursable meal

16 Fruits (Breakfast) No more than half of fruit may be 100% fruit juice Minimum of 1/8 cup serving can count towards the 1 cup fruit requirement A daily serving must be offered at breakfast – At breakfast only, vegetables may be offered in place of fruits  First 2 cups/week must come from dark green, red/orange, beans and peas, or other vegetable subgroups

17 Grains (Breakfast & Lunch) Offer the daily and weekly serving ranges of grains at breakfast Must offer one 1 ounce Grain equivalent first Schools may substitute meat/meat alternate for grains once daily grains minimum is met

18 SBP Requirements Effective SY All grains must be whole grain rich Can be 100% whole grain OR 50% or more whole grain as first ingredient on label AND Remaining 50% is enriched grains May include grain not whole grain, but can’t credit in meal pattern but have to include in nutrient analysis No maximum servings of grains No separate meat/meat alternative component

19 Four Dietary Specifications Weekly average requirements – Calories – Sodium – Saturated fat Daily requirement – Trans fat

20 Sodium Targets for SY

21 6 Cent Certification Workbooks Only USDA for breakfast Other programs can be used for lunch – Nutrikids TrackNOW OneSource inTEAM

22 New USDA Workbooks on ALSDE-CNP web site Meal Pattern Compliance – HHFKA Attestation of Compliance statement New books have ‘updated’ to side

23 New USDA Workbooks NOTE: The following workbooks were not updated. Breakfast K-8 Workbooks for 4 day and 7 day cycles

24 Some of the Changes: All Meals Tab Breakfast: Only whole grain rich grains can be added for reimbursable meal

25 Some of the Changes: Day Tab Breakfast: Vegetable column added

26 Some of the Changes: Simplified Nutrient Analysis Breakfast: Sodium Column Added

27 Some of the Changes: Simplified Nutrient Analysis Breakfast: Vegetable Calculation

28 Some of the Changes: Simplified Nutrient Analysis Breakfast: Vegetable Sodium Assessment

29 Some of the Changes: All Meals Tab Lunch: Only whole grain rich grains can be added for reimbursable meal

30 Some of the Changes: Simplified Nutrient Analysis Lunch: Sodium Column Added

31 Some of the Changes: Simplified Nutrient Analysis Lunch: Vegetable Sodium Assessment

32 Some of the Changes: Simplified Nutrient Analysis Lunch: Sodium added to Weekly Weighted Average

33 QUESTIONS?


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