Non-School Sponsors SFSP M eal Pattern Spring 2017 SFSP Training for Offer vs. Serve (OVS) OVS - What is it? An optional meal service that allows children to decline some food items they do not want or will not eat.
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Non-School SponsorsSFSP Meal PatternSpring 2017 SFSP Training forOffer vs. Serve (OVS)
OVS - What is it?An optional meal service that allows children to decline some food items they do not want or will not eat. All food must still be prepared and offered, butThis helps to eliminate waste for many sponsorsMenu planning may be different than the basic meal pattern requirementsTraining for food service staff is vital for ensuring compliance with OVS requirements
SFSP BreakfastSFSP Breakfast Meal Pattern Requirement 1 serving grain/bread½ cup fruit or 4 fl oz 100% fruit juice1 cup milk SFSP Breakfast OVS Requirement To use OVS at breakfast a 4th item from the fruit/vegetable, bread/grain, or meat/meat alternate components must be added to the menu
SFSP BreakfastCombination items may count as two offered items as long as the item is comprised of 2 different food items Example: pancake/sausage on a stick, sausage biscuit2oz equivalent items may not count as 2 offered itemsIf a CN label says that it counts as 2 oz eq of grain, the food item may only count as 1 offered item
BreakfastExample: 1 piece of toast (meets 1 serving bread requirements)1 bowl of cereal (additional item to meet 4 item requirement)½ cup peaches (meets ½ cup fruit serving) 1 cup chocolate milk (meets 1 cup milk serving) The child must take at least 3 of the 4 offered items, but can take all 4 if desired
BreakfastExample 1 piece of toast½ cup applesauce ½ cup grape j uice 1 cup milk This menu is acceptable because it offers 4 items from the required meal pattern components.
BreakfastExample: Breakfast Burrito (1 grain and 1 meat)1 apple1 cup milk This menu is acceptable because the breakfast burrito counts as 2 items and contains one serving of grain and one serving of meat/meat alternate
BreakfastExample 1 piece of toast1 cheese stick½ cup orange juice1 cup milk This menu is acceptable because it offers 4 items. The 1 serving grain requirement is met with the toast and the cheese stick is counted as a 4 th item.
BreakfastExample 1 biscuit½ cup carrots½ cup fruit punch (100% juice) 1 cup of milk This menu is acceptable because it offers 4 items and covers the meal pattern requirements.
BreakfastExample (Not acceptable to use for OVS)2 pieces of toast½ cup pineapple1 cup milkThis menu is not acceptable for use in OVS because the pieces of toast are the same type of food, the four offered items must be different foods.
BreakfastExample (Not Acceptable for OVS use)1 Pillsbury Frudel (2oz grain equivalent)½ cup orange juice 1 cup milk This menu is not acceptable for SFSP OVS because each menu item is counted separately, regardless of grain/bread equivalent contribution. This menu only offers 3 items.
BreakfastExample (not acceptable)1 boiled egg½ cup grapes½ cup orange juice1 cup of milkThis menu is not acceptable for use in SFSP because it contains no grain item.
BreakfastIt is important that those counting meals understand OVS requirements: Students must take 3 of the 4 items offeredItems are counted individually and there are no grain items that count as 2 items taken, but combination foods can be counted as 2
LunchLet’s switch to SFSP Lunch Requirements! The SFSP regular meal pattern:1- serving bread/grain2 oz meat/meat alternate2 servings of fruit/vegetable totaling ¾ cup 1- 8oz serving of milk You must offer 5 items from 4 components:
SFSP Lunch using OVSSFSP OVS Requirement- Children must take 3 items from 3 different components Here’s the change- OVS requirements at lunch refer to components not itemsThe 2 servings of ¾ cup fruit/vegetable only count as 1 componentA child cannot take ½ cup pineapple, ¼ cup carrots and a package of crackers to count as a meal
LunchMenu Offered:1 pbj sandwich (2 slices of bread, 4T peanut butter, and jelly)½ cup of broccoli¼ cup frozen fruit juice bar1 cup of milk
LunchThe child takes: 1 pbj sandwich (2 slices of bread, 4T peanut butter)1 cup of milkYes, this meal counts because the sandwich counts as 2 components and the milk is the 3rd . Participants are not required to take a fruit of vegetable in SFSP.
LunchThe child takes: ½ cup of broccoli ¼ cup frozen fruit juice bar1 cup of milkThis is not a meal because the child has taken 3 items, but only 2 components. Fruit/Vegetable is only considered one component in the SFSP meal pattern.
SFSP OVS at Lunch “Is this a Meal?”The Child Chooses: Turkey Sandwich (2 items) (1 hoagie roll, 1oz turkey, 1 oz cheese) ½ cup of applesauce ¼ cup of fresh broccoli 1 cup of milk
Yes!This is an acceptable meal because the child has chosen 4 of the 5 offered items and at least 3 of the 4 components.
Is this a meal? Turkey Sandwich (2 items) (1 hoagie roll, 1oz turkey, 1 oz cheese) ½ cup of applesauce ¼ cup of fresh broccoli 1 cup of milk
No!While the student selected 3 items, only 2 different components were taken.
Is this a Meal? Macaroni and Cheese (2 items) (2oz cheese, 2 oz bread/grain) ½ cup Green Beans ½ cup peaches 1 cup of milk
Yes!The student has take 3 items from 3 components. Children are not required to take a fruit or vegetable.
SFSP OVS at Breakfast “Is this a Meal?” Frudel - Cherry 2oz CN Label grain contribution 1 oz Cheese Stick ½ Orange Juice 1 cup of Milk
No!Under SFSP meal pattern rules, one grain food item cannot count as 2, even if the ounce contribution is 2 according to the CN label. An additional item must be taken to count as a meal.
Is this a meal? Breakfast Pizza (2 items) 1oz grain, 1 oz m/ma ½ cup strawberries 1 cup of milk
Yes! Although only 2 items were taken, the pizza may count as 2 because it is a combination item and contains different food items from different components. Additionally, students are not required to take a fruit at breakfast under SFSP OVS rules.
Is this a meal? Granola Bar Cereal 1 apple 1 cup of Milk
Yes!Although only 2 components were taken, the 3 item requirement at breakfast has been met with 2 different grain items and a milk.
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NonSchool Sponsors SFSP M eal Pattern Spring 2017 SFSP Training for Offer vs Serve OVS OVS What is it An optional meal service that allows children to decline some food items they do not want or will not eat ID: 766682 Download Presentation
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