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Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools!. Arizona Nutrition Network Partners Meeting August 25, 2011 Hope Wilson, MPH,RD Coordinated School Health Manager Arizona Department of Health Services.

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Let s move salad bars to schools
Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools!

Arizona Nutrition Network

Partners Meeting

August 25, 2011

Hope Wilson, MPH,RD

Coordinated School Health Manager

Arizona Department of Health Services


OBJECTIVEProvide information about Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools and identify how this and similar programs and initiatives can support Arizona Nutrition Network activities.



Let s move
LET’S MOVE!

Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched in February 2010 by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation.









Physical activity break
Physical Activity Break

(Integrated into Nutrition Education)

Taken from Shape of Yoga

Network for a Healthy California

http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/cpns/Documents/Network-ShapeofYoga.pdf





Why salad bars
Why Salad Bars?

1. When a variety of fruits and vegetables choices are offered in a school fruit and vegetable salad bar, students:

- Increase consumption of fruits and vegetables

- Try new items and incorporate greater variety into their diets

- Learn to make decisions that carry over outside of school, providing a platform for a lifetime of healthy snack and meal choices

2. White House Task Force on Childhood Obesity has endorsed using salad bars and upgrading cafeteria equipment to provide healthier foods to kids

3. The Institutes of Medicine concluded that schools need to add as many as two servings of fruits and vegetables daily to meals in order to meet children's basic health requirements


All schools participating in nslp can apply
All Schools participating in NSLP can apply

Steps:

1. Submit Completed Application

2. Application Approved for Funding

3. Salad Bar Webpage for your District/School Goes Live

4. The Initiative and Your Community Raise funds for Your Salad Bars

5. Once Funded, Your Salad Bar is Ordered for Shipment

6. Your Children Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

www.saladbars2schools.org


What do schools get
What do schools get?

The Salad Bar is:

  • A portable 72 inch, 5-well insulated salad bar with two tray slides;

  • divider bars;

  • two 4-inch deep full pans with covers;

  • four 4-inch deep half pans with covers;

  • and twelve 4-inch deep quarter pans with covers;

  • five buffet chilling pads;

  • 16 serving tongs






The lunchbox
The LunchBox

www.thelunchbox.org


Broccoli lunge
Broccoli Lunge

Taken from Shape of Yoga

Network for a Healthy California

http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/cpns/Documents/Network-ShapeofYoga.pdf



  • ADHS partnered with the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) and the School Nutrition Association of Arizona (SNAAZ)

  • Small grant from ASTPHND to do a state-wide training project

  • Presenting at the SNAAZ Pre-conference

  • Regional trainings in northern and southern AZ

  • Video and support materials online following trainings

AZ

Arizona Champions for Change: Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools


Trainings will be primarily for food service directors with emphasis on:

  • USDA/ADE rules and regs

  • Food safety

  • Purchasing strategies

  • Local success stories

  • Marketing healthy foods

  • Nutrition education

AZ

Arizona Champions for Change: Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools


More opportunities

More Opportunities

Programs Schools Can Use to Purchase Fruits and Vegetables or Improve Meals


More opportunities1

More Opportunities

National School Lunch and Breakfast Standards


More opportunities policy changes and regulations
More Opportunities emphasis on:Policy Changes and Regulations

Local Wellness Policies

USDA Memo Released in Early July

ADE Memo Expected Very Soon

Includes new requirements about involving parents and community.

Making the document public.

Nutrition Promotion


More opportunities policy changes and regulations1
More Opportunities emphasis on:Policy Changes and Regulations

www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/Governance/Legislation/CNR_2010.htm


Salad bar options
Salad Bar Options emphasis on:

Featured Produce Activities

or Harvest of the Month

Other Network Lessons / Fruit and Vegetable Ed Materials

Food Demos or Taste Testing

Food Dare Lesson


How will you fill your salad bar
How Will You Fill Your Salad Bar? emphasis on:

Discuss with someone near you some nutrition education opportunities that you might explore with salad bars, Let’s Move Initiatives, new policy changes.


Apple tree
Apple Tree emphasis on:

Taken from Shape of Yoga

Network for a Healthy California

http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/cpns/Documents/Network-ShapeofYoga.pdf


Our salad bar3
Our Salad Bar emphasis on:



Thank you
THANK YOU! emphasis on:

Contact Information:

Hope Wilson

(602) 642-1879

[email protected]


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