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Naeyc annual conference
NAEYC Annual Conference

The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010:Using changes in policy at the federal level to positively impact children’s eating habits & nutrition


Healthy hunger free kids act
Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act

Improves Child & Adult Care Food Program by:

  • Improving promotion of good nutrition & wellness

  • Encouraging improvements in nutrition & wellness standards in child care licensing

  • Funding a study of healthy eating & active living in child care


Healthy hunger free kids act1
Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act

  • Improves CACFP nutrition standards

  • Requires nutrition, health & wellness education


Promoting good nutrition
Promoting Good Nutrition

Improves CACFP

nutrition standards


Impact of improvements
Impact of Improvements

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  • CACFP served 1.9 billion meals & snacks last year

  • CACFP nutrition standards are used for licensing in nearly half of states


Child care beverages
Child Care Beverages

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  • Allows only low fat (1%) or fat free (skim) milk to be served to children

  • over age two

  • Water must be accessible

  • throughout the day


USDA must revise CACFP meal pattern to be

consistent with U.S. Dietary Guidelines

Revisions will be based on IOM report,

CACFP: Aligning Dietary Guidance for All

In the interim, USDA must issue CACFP guidance by January 2012 to increase consumption of fruits & vegetables, whole grains, & lean proteins

CACFP Meal & Snack Standards

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Cacfp nutrition requirements timeline
CACFP Nutrition Requirements Timeline

*Encouraging physical activity & limiting screen time will also be covered in the handbook.


Child & Adult Care Food Program

New Meal Regulations Estimated Timeline

*USDA generally gives a 60-90 day comment period.

**Implementation timeline could span FY2015.


Child care beverages1
Child Care Beverages

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  • Allows only low fat (1%) or fat free (skim) milk to be served to children

  • over age two

  • Water must be accessible

  • throughout the day


Strategies for success
Strategies for Success

New Milk Requirements:

  • Provide nutrition education for child care center staff & parents promoting the acceptance & understanding of healthy lower fat milk in CACFP


Dairylicious
Dairylicious

New York State CACFP Initiative: Eat Well, Play Hard

  • Dairylicious:

    A comprehensive set of lesson plans, activities for children, & promotion & educational materials for children, providers & parents.

    Available in:

    English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian & Spanish



Available in

Spanish

& English


Nutrition policy a marketing tool
Nutrition Policy: A Marketing Tool

As a commitment to your child’s health we

follow these feeding guidelines:

  • Variety of Food ~ Reduced Fat Milk

    We serve a variety of healthy foods with

    emphasis on plenty of whole grain breads and

    cereals, fresh fruits and vegetables and protein

    from both animal and vegetable sources. We

    serve reduced fat milk (1%) after age 2 years.


Maryland CACFP Wellness Check List:To reduce the amount of unhealthy saturated fat in their diets, we serve only low‐fat (1%) or nonfat milk to children after two years ofage.

A Wellness Marketing Tool


Policy

Letters

Child updates and reports

Bulletin boards

Newsletter

Nutrition education classes

Communicating with Parents


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Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act

  • CACFP required to support health & wellness in child care with a focus on offering good nutrition, plenty of physical activity, & limiting screen time


Resources
Resources

  • USDA funded to provide nutrition education resources & training ($10 million)

  • Local WIC agencies can share WIC nutrition education materials with CACFP institutions at no cost


USDA Nutrition & Wellness Resources

  • Team Nutrition – Free materials

  • Healthy Meals Resource System

  • National Food Service Management

  • My Pyramid & My Pyramid for Preschoolers


USDA Team Nutrition Resources

Free Materials:

  • Building Blocks for Fun & Healthy Meals

  • Eat Smart Play Hard: Lesson Plans, Action Kit,

    Activity Sheets, Activity Book

  • Grow it! Try it! Like it!

  • Maximizing the Message for Children to Make

    Healthier Choices


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Resources

  • NAEYC Childhood Obesity Prevention Resources

    • Let’s Move Child Care Initiative

    • FRAC Child & Adult Care Food Program Wellness Tool

  • Soon to be released tool kits:

    • Caring for Our Children Tool Kit

    • CDC: Child Care Tool Kit


Healthy hunger free kids act child care licensing
Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act:Child Care Licensing

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USDA & HHS to encourage state child care licensing agencies to include wellness standards & to require foods served to be consistent with the healthy meal patterns & nutrition standards of CACFP


Strategies for success1
Strategies for Success

  • Child care advocates can partner with nutrition & obesity advocates to work with the child care licensing agencies to include practical child care nutrition & wellness standards

  • A recent Institute of Medicine report, Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Policies, recommended that child care licensing standards should be consistent with CACFP


Research
Research

  • $5 million to study healthy eating & active living in child care includes a focus on CACFP access

  • Launches a 5 year study cycle


Afterschool meal program
Afterschool Meal Program

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  • Now available in all states

  • Funding to serve meals in addition to snacks in afterschool programs (school-aged programs)



CONTACT INFORMATION

Geraldine Henchy

[email protected]

Food Research & Action Center

1875 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 540

Washington, DC 20009

(202)986-2200

WWW.FRAC.ORG

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