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The standard meal patterns for the Child and Adult Care Food Program address the changing nutritional needs of participants by specifying:
For meals and snacks that include milk for children under the age of six, milk must be
Select the lunch that does NOT meet the required meal pattern for participants age two and older:
A meat/meat alternate may replace the grain for breakfast
Select the food below that is not a grain.
Beans may be credited as either a vegetable or a:
When serving a combination food, select the following true statement.
At least one serving of a whole grain-rich product must be served daily.
Juice, cheese food products and cheese food spread cannot be served to infants.
Fruits and vegetables are separate components, but two vegetables may still be served instead of a fruit and vegetable for lunches and suppers.
Portion sizes may vary based on the participant’s age and:
When serving infants, the best policy is to choose a variety of foods so that you can introduce new foods while children are young and developing their palates.
To determine the amount of each food item that is required within each meal component, you should: