The HEALTHY HUNGER FREE KIDS ACT Evolves…. What to expect in school year 2013 - 2014. Presented by: Loriann Knapton, DTR, SNS Child Nutrition consultant. Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act (HHFKA) in Review…. HHFKA WHAT TO EXPECT in 2013/14. A New Look for School Breakfast
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What to expect in school year
2013 - 2014
Loriann Knapton, DTR, SNS
Child Nutrition consultant
A New Look for School Breakfast
A Proposed Rule For Foods Sold In School
An All New Administrative Review
Has a New Look…
400 – 550 Calories*
*Based on average over a five day week
½ cup Fruit or vegetable must be offered daily
May be offered interchangeably
No juice limitations
Students are NOT required to select a fruit or vegetable in school year 13/14.
Rules will change SY 14/15
Fat free flavored or unflavored
Low fat unflavored
Must offer at least two options
One cup per day
*Students are not required to select a juice/fruit/veg in SY 2013/14
The proposed rule…
The provisions specify that the nutrition standards shall apply to all foods sold:
Section 208, HHFKA
Note: The standards do not apply to foods students bring from home
Snacks Under New Standards
*There are existing products meeting standards
Fewer empty calories from fats and added sugars
Fruit Flavored Candies
Empty Calories from Fats and Added Sugars
Low-fat Tortilla Chips
Granola Bar (oats, fruit, nuts)
Fruit Cup (w/ 100% juice)
No-calorie Flavored Water
Three year review cycle
Requires both School Breakfast and Lunch
Some areas may be reviewed prior to the onsite visit
Includes nutrient analysis and menu validation
Stay tuned !
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