Offer vs. Serve

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Offer vs. Serve
Objectives
•Identify the requirements
of Offer vs. Serve
•Practice identifying
meals that meet the
requirements of a
reimbursable meal
Offer vs. Serve
Definitions
Food component—
One of five food groups that
are part of the USDA
reimbursable meal pattern
Food item—
A specific food offered within
the five food components
Offer vs. Serve: Breakfast
•3 components must
be offered
•4 items must be
offered
•Student must select
at least 3 food items
Offer vs. Serve: Breakfast
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)
One Hot item Counts as 2 components
Can be combined with 1 other component to make
a meal
BREAKFAST TO GO
CHOOSE 1
CHOOSE 1 OR BOTH:
MILK
Fresh Fruit
Fruit Juice
Choose 1 hot item or 2 different grain
items
Hot Item
Cereal
Whole Grain
Muffin
Yogurt
Goldfish
Grahams
Keep in mind
Only 2 grains are allowed
+
+
Too Many Grains!
Breakfast
Examples:
Is this Reimbursable?
10
YES
Meat/Meat Alternative (egg)+
Meat/Meat Alternative (cheese)+
Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
Cheese Bread
12
YES
Meat/Meat Alternative
(cheese) + Grain (bread) +
Fruit + milk
Is this Reimbursable?
14
YES
Meat/Meat Alternative (egg &
Cheese) + Fruit +Grain (wrap) +
Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
16
NO
Grain (smart round) + Grain
(smart round)+ Milk
Two of the same item is not
allowed
Is this Reimbursable?2013-
18
YES
Fruit + Grain (cereal)+ Grain
(muffin) + Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
20
YES
Grain (muffin) + Grain
(cereal)+ Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
22
YES
Grain (cereal) + Milk + Fruit
Is this Reimbursable?
24
NO
Grain (cereal) + Grain
(cereal)+ Milk
Two of the same item is not
allowed
Is this Reimbursable?
Cheese Bread
26
YES
Milk + Fruit + Grain (bread)+
Meat/Meat Alternative (cheese)
Is this Reimbursable?
28
YES
Fruit + Grain (wrap) + Meat/
Meat Alternative (egg& cheese)
Is this Reimbursable?
30
YES
Grain (wrap) + Meat/Meat
Alternative (egg & cheese) +
Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
32
YES
Grain (smart round)+ Fruit +
Meat/Meat Alternative
(yogurt)+ Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
34
NO
Grain (smart round)+Grain
(cereal) + Grain (goldfish
grahams) + Milk
Too Many items
Is this Reimbursable?
36
YES
Milk + Grain (muffin) +
Meat/Meat Alternative
(yogurt)
Is this Reimbursable?
38
YES
Fruit + Grain (muffin)+
Meat/Meat Alternative
(yogurt)
Is this Reimbursable?
40
YES
Fruit + Meat/Meat
Alternative (yogurt)+ Milk
Is this Reimbursable?
42
YES
Grain (muffin)+ Milk +
Meat/Meat Alternative
(yogurt)
Offer vs. Serve: Breakfast new for 2014-2015
July 1, 2014
• Required planned portion for fruit = 1 cup 1 cup fruit =1
item (even if made up from multiple types of fruit)
• Student must take at least ½ cup fruit or 100% juice
Offer vs. Serve: Breakfast: Final Rule
•Doubles the amount of fruit and
vegetables required to a total of 1 cup of
fruits or vegetables per day.
• Can offer meat/meat alternates in
place of grains once the 1 serving daily
minimum grain quantity is met
Offer vs. Serve: Calories Final Rule
Limits the total calories that can be
offered in a meal: must be within
minimum and maximum range
•Grade Level K-5
– Breakfast : 350-500
• Grade level 6-8
– Breakfast: 400-500
• Grade Level 9-12
– Breakfast: 450-600
How do we
“encourage” kids
to take the
required fruits ?
47
QUESTIONS?
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