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National School Lunch Program Make it a Meal   All School Lunches Come with a Choice of Lean Protein ex chicken hamburger low fat cheese Whole Grains ex breads rice pasta ID: 737412 Download Presentation

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Slide1

Offer vs. Serve Guidelines for the National School Lunch Program

Make it a

Meal

 Slide2

All School Lunches Come with a Choice of:

Lean

Protein

(ex. chicken, hamburger, low fat cheese)

Whole Grains

(ex. breads, rice, pasta)

Hot & Cold Vegetable

(Mac’s Veggie Patch)

Fruit

100

% Juice

(Students may take 1 Juice)

Low

Fat Milk

 Slide3

Federal Guidelines

A Complete Meal:

I

ncludes

at least 3

items

One

must be

a:

Fruit

Fruit Juice

or

VegetableSlide4

Complete Meals

Grain + Protein + Fruit + Vegetable + Low Fat MilkSlide5

Complete Meals

Protein + Vegetable + MilkSlide6

Complete Meals

Grain + Protein + Vegetable + Low Fat MilkSlide7

Complete Meals

Grain + Protein + Fruit Slide8

Complete Meals

Grain + Protein + Fruit JuiceSlide9

Complete Meals

Grain + Protein + VegetableSlide10

Complete Meals

Grain + Protein + Fruit JuiceSlide11

Incomplete Meals

Meals that are

incomplete will

be charged a la carte and may be more

expensive according to state pricing guidelines

Entrées served with water or milk only (no fruit or vegetable) are incomplete

 E

ncourage students to

take

all components for the best deal! Slide12

Incomplete Meals

Grain + Protein + Water

No Fruit, Fruit Juice or Vegetable

According to federal regulations water is not an acceptable substitution for milkSlide13

Incomplete Meals

No Fruit, Fruit Juice or Vegetable

Grain + Protein + Milk Slide14

Incomplete Meals

No Fruit, Fruit Juice or Vegetable

Only 2 Components

Grain + MilkSlide15

Incomplete Meals

Only 2 Components

Breading on chicken is not enough to count as grain serving

Protein + Vegetable + Water Slide16

Incomplete Meals

Grain + Protein + Water

No Fruit, Fruit Juice or Vegetable

Lettuce & tomato on Hamburger is not enough to count as a vegetable servingSlide17

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