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Menu Planning with the New Lunch Meal Pattern. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Child Nutrition Services Section July 2012. Presenters: Leslie Otts Susan Thompson Melanie Crews.

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Menu planning with the new lunch meal pattern

Menu Planning with the New Lunch Meal Pattern

North Carolina Department of Public InstructionChild Nutrition Services SectionJuly 2012

Presenters:

Leslie Otts

Susan Thompson

Melanie Crews

In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender (male or female), age, or disability.

To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (Voice).  Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


New meal pattern is food based

New Meal Pattern is Food Based

Composed of 5 Meal Components

  • Fruit

  • Vegetable

  • Grain

  • Meats/Meat Alternates

  • Milk


Lunch meal pattern for grades k 5 minimum amounts to offer daily

Lunch Meal Pattern for Grades K-5Minimum amounts to offer DAILY


Lunch meal pattern for grades 6 8 minimum amounts to offer daily

Lunch Meal Pattern for Grades 6-8Minimum amounts to offer DAILY


Lunch meal pattern for grades k 8 minimum amounts to offer daily

Lunch Meal Pattern for Grades K-8Minimum amounts to offer DAILY


Lunch for k 5 6 8 or k 8

Lunch for K-5, 6-8, or K-8

1 Cup Skim Milk

½ Cup Carrots

½ Cup Broccoli

1/2 Cup Apple

1 oz eq Grain

2 oz eq M/Ma

(1 oz eq daily min)


Lunch for k 5 6 8 or k 81

Lunch for K-5, 6-8, or K-8

1 Cup Skim Milk

½ Cup Carrots

½ Cup Broccoli

1/2 Cup Apple

2 oz eq Grain

2 oz eq M/Ma

(1 oz eq daily min)


Lunch meal pattern for grades 9 12 minimum amounts to offer daily

Lunch Meal Pattern for Grades 9-12Minimum amounts to offer DAILY


Grades 9 12 lunch meal

Grades 9-12 Lunch Meal

½ Cup Strawberries

1 Cup Skim Milk

½ Cup Carrots

½ Cup Broccoli

½ Cup Apple

2 oz eq Grain

3.4 oz Serving Size

2 oz eq M/Ma


Weekly offerings

Weekly Offerings

In addition to minimum daily requirements, each grade group has weekly minimums for all components and maximum limits for grains and meat/meat alternate.

A variety of vegetables from specific subgroups must be included.


Lunch meal pattern for k 5 weekly offerings

Lunch Meal Pattern for K-5 Weekly Offerings


Lunch meal pattern for 6 8 weekly offerings

Lunch Meal Pattern for 6-8 Weekly Offerings


Lunch meal pattern for k 8 weekly offerings

Lunch Meal Pattern for K-8 Weekly Offerings


Lunch meal pattern for 9 12 weekly offerings

Lunch Meal Pattern for 9-12 Weekly Offerings


Dietary specifications

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Dietary Specifications

  • Calories

  • Saturated fat

  • Trans fat

  • Sodium


Nutrient requirements by grade levels for lunch

Nutrient Requirements by grade levels for Lunch

Less than 10% Saturated Fat

Zero added Trans-fats

Gradual reduction in Sodium – first target is for SY 2014-15


Menu components of concern

Menu Components of Concern

  • Grains

  • Meats/Meat Alternates

  • Vegetables – sub groups


A comparison

A Comparison


Remember to count all components

Remember to count all components!

1 c Milk

1 c Tossed Salad

½ c Veg

½ c Fruit

½ c Fruit

½ c Veg

3.5 oz Serving

2 oz eq M/MA

9-12

1 oz eq Grain

1 oz eq Grain

0.5 oz eq M/MA


Look at menu planning for k 5 or 6 8 lunch

Look at menu planning for K-5 or 6-8 lunch …

  • Skim chocolate milk – 1 cup

  • Fresh Pear – ½ cup fruit credit

  • Lettuce and tomato – ½ cup vegetable credit

  • Mixed Corn – ½ cup vegetable credit

  • Taco Shell – 1 oz eq grain

  • Taco Filling/Cheese – 1 ½ oz eq M/MA credit

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What changes would be required for this meal to be properly planned for grades 9 12

What changes would be required for this meal to be properly plannedfor grades 9-12?

More grain

Increased M/MA

Additional fruit portion

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What is wrong with this planned lunch

What is wrong with this planned lunch?


What is wrong with this planned lunch1

What is wrong with this planned lunch?


Menu planning with the new lunch meal pattern

9-12 Meal Pattern

1 c Blueberries

1 c Skim Milk

1 c Broccoli

2 oz eq M/MA

2 oz eq Grain (WGR)


What is wrong with this planned k 5 lunch

What is wrong with this plannedK-5 lunch?


Offer versus serve

Offer Versus Serve

  • Must offer all 5 components

  • Students may choose 3 components

  • Of those 3 components, a fruit or vegetable must be chosen (minimum 1/2 cup)


Planned meal c broccoli c carrots c strawberries 1 c milk 1 oz eq grain 2 oz eq m ma

Planned meal: ½ c Broccoli, ½ c Carrots , ½ c Strawberries, 1 c Milk, 1 Oz Eq Grain, 2 Oz Eq M/MA

Planned Reimbursable meal

Meal selected with OVS

K-5 or 6-8 Meal Pattern


Planned meal c broccoli c carrots c strawberries 1 c milk 1 oz eq grain 2 oz eq m ma1

Planned meal: ½ c Broccoli, ½ c Carrots , ½ c Strawberries, 1 c Milk, 1 oz Eq Grain, 2 oz Eq M/MA

Planned Reimbursable Meal

Meal selected with OVS

K-5 or 6-8 Meal Pattern


Planned meal c broccoli c carrots c strawberries 1 c milk 1 oz eq grain 2 oz eq m ma2

Planned meal: ½ c Broccoli, ½ c Carrots , ½ c Strawberries, 1 c Milk, 1 oz Eq Grain, 2 oz Eq M/MA

Planned Reimbursable Meal

OVS – ½ c fruit (full fruit component),

½ c Broccoli ( ½ c partial Veg component) ,

1 c Milk (Full Milk Component)

K-5 or 6-8 Meal Pattern


Planned meal c broccoli c carrots c strawberries 1 c milk 1 oz eq grain 2 oz eq m ma3

Planned meal: ½ c Broccoli, ½ c Carrots , ½ c Strawberries, 1 c Milk, 1 oz Eq Grain, 2 oz Eq M/MA

Planned Reimbursable Meal

OVS - ½ c Broccoli, 1 oz eq Grain, ½ c Strawberries

K-5 or 6-8 Meal Pattern


1 c milk c broccoli c carrots c apple c strawberries 2 oz eq grains 2 oz eq m ma

1 c Milk, ½ c Broccoli, ½ c Carrots, ½ c Apple, ½ c Strawberries, 2 oz eq Grains, 2 oz eq M/MA

Planned Reimbursable Meal

OVS - ½ c broccoli, ½ c carrots

½ c Apple and 2 oz eq M/MA

9-12 Meal Pattern


1 c milk c broccoli c carrots c apple c strawberries 2 oz eq grains 2 oz eq m ma1

1 c Milk, ½ c Broccoli, ½ c Carrots, ½ c Apple, ½ c Strawberries, 2 oz eq Grains, 2 oz eq M/MA

Planned Reimbursable Meal

Meal selected with OVS

9-12 Meal Pattern


9 12 ovs meals

9-12 OVS Meals

Reimbursable

½ c Vegetable

½ c Vegetable

½ c Fruit

1 c Milk

½ c Vegetable

½ c Fruit

1 c Milk

Non-Reimbursable

Full Component


Summary of changes for new meal pattern

Summary of Changesfor New Meal Pattern

  • Food Based

  • New Grade Groupings

  • 5 Components

  • Increased Portion Sizes

  • Changes in Offer Versus Serve


Questions contact child nutrition consultant

Questions?ContactChild Nutrition Consultant

http://childnutrition.ncpublicschools.gov/who-we-are/maps


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