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CN labels are only available for items that contribute toward which component?
True or False. When foods carry CN labels it means they are healthy.
When commercially produced foods are not CN labeled, what can you use as an alternative to make sure the meals you’re serving are in compliance with regulations?
True or False. To be valid, a product formulation statement must include the original signature of an authorized representative from the company that manufactured the food.
True or False. USDA standardized recipes make it easy for you to adjust the food quantities in the recipe to provide the number of servings you need.
What is it called when you change the amount of servings a standardized recipes produces to fit the specific serving needs of your program–from 24 to 12 servings, for example?
What is a cycle menu?
How does using CN labels, PFSs, and USDA standardized recipes help you build cycle menus that children will enjoy?
True or False. CN Labels provide a warranty against audit claims, as long as they’ve been used according to the manufacturer’s directions.
The documentation you’ll need to maintain when using CN labels, product formulation statements, and USDA standardized recipes to build cycle menus includes which of the following?