Food and Nutrition Training
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School nutrition programs strive to provide nutritious meals that enhance academic performance and encourage the development of lifelong healthy eating habits.
Labels, labels, labels (15 minutes)
Several types of labels must be maintained by school nutrition program operators to validate that meals served meet program requirements. This presentation provides specific details about the types of labels to keep on file. Key Area: Operations. Learning Code: 2150
Food Production Record Basics for School Nutrition 27:15 min.
The why, what, where and when of this required documentation for school meals programs is covered in this presentation. A variety of food production records formats are presented and the basic layout of a food production record is described.
Offer vs Serve for Breakfast 12:08 min.
This video presentation covers the Offer versus Serve option for breakfast school nutrition programs. Meal planning requirements are reviewed and the basics of Offer versus Serve are described. Example meals with student selections will test your knowledge of Offer versus Serve requirements.
Offer vs Serve for Lunch 22:02 min.
This video presentation covers the Offer versus Serve option for lunch school nutrition programs. Meal planning requirements are reviewed and the basics of Offer versus Serve are described. Example meals with student selections will test your knowledge of Offer versus Serve requirements.
Civil Rights for School Nutrition Programs (25 Minutes)
This recorded webinar can be used by school nutrition sponsors to complete the annual civil rights training requirements. The presentation provides an overview of civil rights requirements, sponsor responsibilities to ensure equal access to school nutrition programs and resources to assist with civil rights compliance. Key Area: Administration Learning Code: 3200
Food Safety Plan Basics 33:32 min.
School nutrition sponsors are required to have a written food safety plan. This training covers what is elements are required in the plan, how to write standard operating procedures and what documentation logs should be included.