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1 Offer vs. Serve At Breakfast Training for Food Service Staff 1

2 Objectives -Identify the requirements for Offer vs Serve in the School Breakfast Program -Practice identifying meals that meet the requirements of a reimbursable meal -Brainstorm strategies to encourage students to choose and enjoy fruits at breakfast Offer vs Serve 2

3 Offer vs Serve is optional at Breakfast for all grade groups OVS works differently at Breakfast than it does at Lunch Offer vs Serve Breakfast 3

4 Important Meal Pattern Reminders that affect OVS Meat/ Meat Alternates (M/MA) can substitute as a Grain OR count as an Extra Vegetables can substitute as a Fruit OR count as an extra (Extra = Not counted as a component or item) Offer vs Serve Breakfast 4

5 For SY Must offer all three components (in at least the minimum required amounts) Must offer at least 4 food items Student must select at least 3 food items Items selected: - Can be from any of the required components -Must be in the required minimum servings. Offer vs Serve Breakfast 5

6 Additionally: Starting SY Student must take at least ½ cup fruit (and/or vegetable) (Remember in the required planned portion for fruit = 1 cup!) Offer vs Serve Breakfast 6

7 A mix of different fruits A mix of fruits and vegetables Minimum creditable amount is c. Offer vs Serve The ½ cup minimum serving of fruit may be: 7

8 Component Offer vs Serve Item One of three food groups that comprise a reimbursable breakfast (grains or meat/meat alternate; fruit or vegetable; milk) A specific food offered within the three food components. 8

9 Offer vs Serve Counting Items 1 oz grain eq 1 Item 9

10 Offer vs Serve Counting Items Item Double portions can count as multiple items : For example: 2 x 1 oz grain = 2 items 10

11 Offer vs Serve Counting Items 1 oz grain eq 11 2 Items 1 oz grain eq

12 Offer vs Serve Counting Items Item A large portion can be counted as 2 or more items (2 oz grain eq = 2 items) 12 A large portion can be counted as 1 item (2 oz grain eq = 1 item) OR

13 Offer vs Serve Counting Items 2 oz grain eq 2 Items 13 2 oz grain eq 1 Item OR

14 Offer vs Serve Counting Items Item A combination food of Grains and M/MA can count as 2 or more items 1 oz grain +1 oz eq M/MA = 2 items 14 You can count the M/MA as Extra and only count the grains as items 1 oz grain +1 oz eq M/MA = 1 item OR

15 Offer vs Serve Counting Items 1 oz grain eq + 1 oz M/MA = 2 oz grain eq 2 Items 15 2 Items 1 Item 1 oz grain eq + 1 oz M/MA = 1 oz grain eq OR

16 Offer vs Serve Counting Items 2 oz M/MA: Egg=1 oz eq; Cheese=.5 oz eq; Sausage=.5 oz eq 4 Items 2 Items 2 oz grain eq + 2 oz M/MA (extra) = 2 oz eq 2 oz grain eq + 2 oz M/MA = 4 oz eq OR

17 Offer vs Serve Counting Items A combination food of Grains and Fruit OR Milk and Fruit can count as 2 or more items: 1 oz grain + ½ cup fruit = 2 items 1 cup milk + ½ cup fruit = 2 items 17

18 Offer vs Serve Counting Items 1 cup milk + ½ cup fruit 2 Items 18

19 Offer vs Serve – SY oz Grain ½ cup Fruit1 oz Grain 1 cup milk1 oz Grain 19

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23 Offer vs Serve – SY oz G + 1 oz M/MA = 2 G ½ cup Fruit 1 cup milk 23

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26 Offer vs Serve – SY oz Grain 1 oz M/MA = 1 Grain ½ cup fruit 1 cup milk 26

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30 Offer vs Serve – SY oz Grain EXTRA ½ cup fruit 1 cup milk 30

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33 Starting SY Required planned portion for fruit = 1 cup 1 cup fruit =1 item (even if made up from multiple types of fruit) Exception: Student must take at least ½ cup fruit (count that ½ cup as 1 item) Offer vs Serve REMINDER! 33

34 Offer vs Serve – SY cup milk ½ cup Fruit 2 oz G + 2 oz M/MA =4 G ½ cup Fruit 34

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39 Offer vs Serve Counting Items The Menu Planner Decides how to count the items! 39 Consider making all planned menus contain the same # of items!

40 40 Each of these planned menus CAN count as 4 ITEMS!

41 How do we encourage kids to take the required fruits and vegetables? Offer vs Serve 41

42 Offer vs Serve Advertise! 42

43 Offer vs Serve Fast! Convenient! 43

44 Make fruits and vegetable SHINE! Offer vs Serve 44

45 Just because everything is different doesn't mean anything has changed. ~Irene Peter 45


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