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SMART SCHOOL MEALS MEAT/MEAT ALTERNATE Minimums/Maximums. New Meal Pattern 2012 Idaho Child Nutrition Programs. LUNCH New requirement effective July1, 2012. Grade Level: K-5 6-8 9-12 Daily minimum 1 oz. 1 oz. 2 oz. Weekly min/max 8-10 oz. 9-10 oz. 10-12 oz.

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Smart school meals meat meat alternate minimums maximums

SMART SCHOOL MEALSMEAT/MEAT ALTERNATEMinimums/Maximums

New Meal Pattern 2012

Idaho Child Nutrition Programs


Lunch new requirement effective july1 2012

LUNCHNew requirement effective July1, 2012

Grade Level: K-56-89-12

Daily minimum 1 oz. 1 oz. 2 oz.

Weekly min/max 8-10 oz. 9-10 oz. 10-12 oz.


Breakfast new requirement effective july1 2013 may continue to use your current pattern for 2012 13

BREAKFASTNew requirement effective July1, 2013May continue to use your current pattern for 2012-13

No separate meat/meat alternate

component requirement

May substitute 1 oz. equivalent m/ma for

1 oz. equivalent of grains after minimum

daily grain requirement is met


Must meet the requirements

must Meet the requirements

  • To receive the additional 6 cents reimbursement, servings must be the planned portion sizes to:

    • Assure meeting the minimum/maximum requirements

    • Assure students receive the appropriate nutrients

    • Assure food lasts until the end of the serving line

    • Assure finances stay under control


Smart school meals meat meat alternate minimums maximums

A variety of lean

Meats/Meat Alternates

is encouraged


Beef pork fish poultry

BEEF, PORK, FISH, POULTRY

One ounce natural, cooked, skinless,

un-breaded portion

Equals one ounce of Meat/Meat Alternate


Dairy or soy yogurt

DAIRY or SOY YOGURT

Four ounces (weight)

or ½ cup (volume)

Equals one ounce of Meat/Meat Alternate


Nut butter

NUT BUTTER

Two tablespoons Nut Butter:

almond, cashew, peanut,

reduced fat peanut,

sesame, soy, sunflower

Equals one ounce of Meat/Meat Alternate


Nuts or seeds

NUTS or SEEDS

Such as sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts, etc.

May be used to meet no more than 1/2 of the Meat/Meat Alternate component

with another M/MA to fulfill the requirement

One ounce (weight) nuts

Equals one ounce of

Meat/Meat Alternate


Smart school meals meat meat alternate minimums maximums

TOFU

2.2 ounces (weight)

or 1/4 cup (volume)

with 5 or more grams of protein

commercially prepared Tofu

Equals one ounce of

Meat/Meat Alternate


Cheese and eggs

CHEESE and EGGS

1 ounce Cheese (weight)

or 1/2 large Egg

Equals one ounce of

Meat/Meat Alternate


Beans peas legumes

BEANS/peas (Legumes)

¼ cup of drained beans/peas

Equals one ounce of

Meat/Meat Alternate


Beans peas legumes1

BEANS/peas (legumes)

Examples creditable as M/MA :

black beans chickpeas cowpeas

kidney beans lentils

lima beans, includes fava and mung

pinto beans soybeans split peas

white beans, includes navy and pea beans


Beans peas legumes2

BEANS/peas (legumes)

A Legume serving may count as a

Meat Alternate or as a Vegetable

But not both in the same meal

If there are two servings of legumes,

One may count as each


Smart example

SMART EXAMPLE


Lunch menu

Lunch menu


Answers

answers

  • Minimums: M-2, T-2, W-2, Th-1.5, F-1 = 8.5

  • Maximums: M-2, T-2.5, W-2, Th-2, F-1.5 = 10

  • K-5: Range 8-10, OK on both min and max

  • 6-8: Range 9-10, min too low, and max OK

  • 9-12: Range10-12, min too low, and max OK


Remember

REMEMBER

Regardless of the proteins offered,

dietary specifications for calories, saturated and trans fats, and sodium must still be met


Questions

QUESTIONS?

Contact the Idaho State Department of Education

208-332-6820

Or email the NSLP team

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.


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