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Offer vs. Serve At Breakfast Training for Food Service Staff. Offer vs Serve. Objectives -Identify the requirements for Offer vs Serve in the School Breakfast Program -Practice identifying meals that meet the requirements of a reimbursable meal

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Offer vs. Serve

At Breakfast

Training for Food Service Staff

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Objectives

-Identify the requirements for Offer vs Serve in the School Breakfast Program

-Practice identifying meals that meet the requirements of a reimbursable meal

-Brainstorm strategies to encourage students to choose and enjoy fruits at breakfast

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Breakfast

  • Offer vs Serve is optional at Breakfast for all grade groups
  • OVS works differently at Breakfast than it does at Lunch
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Breakfast

Important Meal Pattern Reminders that affect OVS

  • 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)

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Breakfast

For SY 2013-14

  • Must offer all three components(in at least the minimum required amounts)
  • Must offer at least 4 food items
  • Student must select at least 3 food items
  • Items selected: -Can be from any of the required components

-Must be in the required minimum servings.

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Breakfast

Additionally:

Starting SY 2014-15

  • Student must take at least ½ cup fruit (and/or vegetable)

(Remember in 2014-15 the required planned portion for fruit = 1 cup!)

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  • A mix of different fruits
  • A mix of fruits and vegetables
  • Minimum creditable amount is ⅛ c.

The ½ cup minimum serving of fruit may be:

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Component

One of three food groups that comprise a reimbursable breakfast

(grains or meat/meat alternate; fruit or vegetable; milk)

Item

A specific food offered within the three food components.

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Counting Items

1 Item

1 oz grain eq

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Counting Items

Item

Double portions can count as multiple items:

For example:

2 x 1 oz grain = 2 items

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Counting Items

2 Items

1 oz grain eq

1 oz grain eq

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Counting Items

Item

A large portion can be counted as 2 or more items

(2 oz grain eq = 2 items)

A large portion can be counted as 1 item

(2 oz grain eq = 1 item)

OR

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Counting Items

OR

2 Items

1 Item

2 oz grain eq

2 oz grain eq

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Counting Items

Item

You can count the M/MA as “Extra” and only count the grains as items

1 oz grain +1 oz eq M/MA = 1 item

A combination food of Grains and M/MA can count as 2 or more items

1 oz grain +1 oz eq M/MA = 2 items

OR

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Counting Items

1 Item

2 Items

OR

2 Items

1 oz grain eq + 1 oz M/MA = 1 oz grain eq

1 oz grain eq + 1 oz M/MA = 2 oz grain eq

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Counting Items

4 Items

2 Items

OR

2 oz grain eq + 2 oz M/MA (extra) = 2 oz eq

2 oz grain eq + 2 oz M/MA = 4 oz eq

2 oz M/MA: Egg=1 oz eq; Cheese=.5 oz eq; Sausage=.5 oz eq

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Counting Items

A combination food of

Grains and Fruit

OR

Milk and Fruit

can count as 2 or more items:

1 oz grain + ½ cup fruit = 2 items

1 cup milk + ½ cup fruit = 2 items

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Counting Items

2 Items

1 cup milk + ½ cup fruit

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Offer vs Serve – SY 2013-14

1 oz Grain

1 oz Grain

1 cup milk

½ cup Fruit

1 oz Grain

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½ cup Fruit

1 cup milk

1 oz G + 1 oz M/MA = 2 G

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½ cup fruit

1 cup milk

1 oz M/MA = 1 Grain

2 oz Grain

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½ cup fruit

1 cup milk

EXTRA

2 oz Grain

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REMINDER!

Starting SY 2014-15

  • Required planned portion for fruit = 1 cup

1 cup fruit =1 item

(even if made up from multiple types of fruit)

  • Exception:

Student must take at least ½ cup fruit

(count that ½ cup as 1 item)

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½ cup Fruit

1 cup milk

2 oz G + 2 oz M/MA =4 G

½ cup Fruit

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Counting Items

The Menu Planner Decides how to count the items!

Consider making all planned menus contain the same # of items!

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1

Each of these planned menus CAN count as 4 ITEMS!

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4

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How do we “encourage” kids to take the required fruits and vegetables?

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Advertise!

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Convenient!

Fast!

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Make fruits and vegetable SHINE!

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