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  1. Breakfast • Thank you for offering breakfast at your school! • School breakfast can: • Provide a morning meal for students that don’t have the time or resources for a meal at home • Provide food to help during long stretch of time between leaving home and lunch • Eating breakfast can: • Improve student health, nutrition, behavior, learning, and help prevent overweight • If your school does not offer breakfast, contact the Project PA Breakfast Brigade for free assistance http://www.projectpa.org

  2. Breakfast Overview for 13-14 SY ONLY • Food Based Menu Planning • Three components (food groups) must be offered daily in minimum required amounts: • Juice/fruit/vegetable: ½ cup • Grain: 1 oz. eq. • Fluid milk: 1 cup • Additional grains must be offered over the week to meet weekly minimum grain requirements • K-5 7 oz. eq. per week • 6-8 8 oz. eq. per week • 9-12 9 oz. eq. per week • Therefore more than 1 oz. eq. grains must be offered on some days of the week. • Meat/Meat Alternate (m/ma) is optional. M/MA may be offered in place of some grains or as an “extra”

  3. Breakfast Overview for 13-14 SY ONLY • Meat/ Meat Alternate: • Is optional • May be offered in place of some grains to meet weekly grain requirement OR may be offered as an “extra”

  4. Breakfast Overview for 13-14 SY ONLY If school implements Offer vs. Serve (OVS): (optional all grades): • At least four items must be offered AND • All 3 required components must be offered in minimum required amounts • Therefore, school must offer at least the following daily: • 1 cup fluid milk • ½ cup fruit/vegetable/juice • 1 oz. eq. grains • One additional item (½ cup fruit/ vegetable/ juice OR 1 oz. eq. grain OR 1 oz. eq. meat/meat alternate) • Student must select at least 3 items

  5. Breakfast Overview for 13-14 SY ONLY If school does not implement offer vs. serve (may be referred to as “serve only”) • At least three items must be served AND all 3 required components must be included in minimum required amounts. • Therefore, school must offer at least the following daily: • 1 cup fluid milk • ½ cup fruit/vegetable/juice • 1 oz. eq. grains • On some days, additional grains must be offered to meet weekly grain requirement • Students must take all items served

  6. Breakfast Overview for 13-14 SY ONLY • Calorie ranges and saturated fat limits (averaged over a week) • Zero grams (or less than .5 grams) trans fat per portion • Three age/grade groups • K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 • Overlap in requirements for all 3 groups

  7. Fruit/Vegetable/Juice ComponentBreakfast 13-14 SY ONLY Fruit/Vegetable/Juice • No change for 13-14 SY • Must offer at least ½ cup of fruit/vegetable/juice to all grades • Any juice offered must be 100% juice • No juice limits for 13-14 SY • Students are not required to take fruit under OVS for 13-14 SY

  8. Grains ComponentBreakfast 13-14 SY ONLY Grains • 1 oz. eq. minimum daily requirement (all grades) • Minimum weekly requirements • K-5 7 oz. eq. per week (10 oz. eq. for 7 day RCCIs) • 6-8 8 oz. eq. per week (11 oz. eq. for 7 day RCCIs) • 9-12 9 oz. eq. per week (12.5 oz. eq. for 7 day RCCIs) • No weekly maximums for 13-14 SY • Half of the grains offered must be whole grain rich • RTE cereals must list a whole grain as the first ingredient and must be fortified (unless 100% WG)

  9. Milk ComponentBreakfast 13-14 SY ONLY Fluid Milk (Same criteria as lunch): • Allowable milk options include • Fat free milk (flavored or unflavored) • Low fat milk* (unflavored) • Fat free or low fat (lactose reduced or lactose free) • 1 cup/day (all grades) • At least two options must be offered. For example: • Fat free unflavored and fat free chocolate OR • Fat free unflavored and lowfat unflavored *Lowfat milk is 1% fat or less

  10. Meat/Meat Alternate Breakfast 13-14 SY Optional Meat/Meat Alternate (M/MA) • M/MA is not required, but may be offered • Two options for offering M/MA: Option 1: M/MA may be offered in place of grains to help meet the weekly grain requirement, as long as the daily requirement of at least 1 oz. eq. grain is also offered OR Option 2: M/MA may be offered as an extra food, and not counted as a meal component or item

  11. Meat/Meat Alternates (M/MA) for Breakfast Example: In grades 6 -8, 8 oz. eq. grain is required per week. M/MA is offered instead of some of the grain School offers 1 oz. eq. grain every day (meets daily grain requirement) 1 oz. eq. grain per day = 5 oz. eq. grain per week School also offers 1 oz. eq. m/ma 3 days per week 3 oz. eq. m/ma may count as 3 oz. eq. grain 8 oz. eq. grain requirement is met

  12. New Breakfast Standards for 13-14 SY ONLY • Meat/Meat Alternate (M/MA) still contributes to the following nutrient limits regardless of whether it is counted as a meal component • calories • saturated fat • trans fat • sodium (14-15 SY)

  13. Breakfast: Calorie Requirements • Minimum and maximum calorie (kcal) levels • Weighted average based on what is offered over course of the week • Grades K-5: 350-500 • Grades 6-8: 400-550 • Grades 9-12 : 450-600 • Overlap grades K–12: 450- 500

  14. Breakfast: Saturated Fat Limits Weekly limits for saturated fat • Less than 10 percent of total calories (Weighted average based on what is offered over the course of a week) • Same as current requirement

  15. Breakfast: Trans Fat Restriction Trans fat restriction • No trans fat allowed in any product or ingredient (except naturally occurring trans fat from beef, lamb, or dairy) • Nutrition label or manufacturer’s specifications must specify zero grams (or less than .5 grams) of trans fat per serving

  16. Sodium • Restrictions for sodium do not begin until SY2014/15 • School should begin reducing sodium now: • Health benefits of decreasing sodium • Gradual reduction may make adjustment easier for students

  17. Breakfast Offer vs. Serve13-14 SY ONLY Offer vs Serve (OVS): Optional for all grades at breakfast • Four items must be offered in the minimum quantity required for the component. For example: • 1 c. milk, ½ c. fruit/veg, 2 oz. eq. grain • 1 c. milk, ½ c. fruit/veg, 1 oz. eq. grain, 1 oz. eq. m/ma • 1 c. milk, ½ c. fruit/veg, ½ c. juice, 1 oz. eq. grain • Students must select at least 3 items in required amounts

  18. What Counts as an Item? • An item is a specific food offered within the 3 components • It must be offered in at least the minimum required amount: ½ cup fruit/vegetable/juice, 1 oz. eq. grain, 1 oz. eq. M/MA, or 1 cup milk • ¼ cup peaches by itself does not count as an item • ¼ cup apples and ¼ cup peaches together (1/2 cup) counts as one item. • A 2 oz. eq. grain (e.g. large muffin) may count as 2 items.

  19. What counts as an item? • A meat grain combination (such as egg sandwich w/ 2 oz. eq. grains and 1 oz. eq. m/ma) counts as: • 3 items if the school chooses to count the meat as a grain • 2 items if the school chooses to count meat as an “extra” • When students are given a choice of items in the same component and can only choose 1, it counts as 1 item. For example: • Hard boiled egg or yogurt (1 item) • ½ cup apples or ½ cup peaches or ½ cup grapes (1 item)

  20. Breakfast OVS Example A • Offer at least 4 items: A large grain can count as more than 1 item • 2 oz. eq. muffin (can count as 2 items) • 1/2 cup blueberries (1 item) • 1 cup milk (1 item) • Student must select at least 3 items • What possible combinations can student select?

  21. Breakfast OVS Example A(Continued) • Student may select: • Muffin, blueberries, milk • Muffin, blueberries • Muffin, milk

  22. Breakfast OVS Example B • Offer at least 4 items • In this example, school chooses to count m/ma as a grain • Egg sandwich w/ 2 oz. eq. grain and 1 oz. eq. m/ma (3 items) • ½ cup peaches (1 item) • 1 cup milk (1 item) • Student must select at least 3 items • What possible combinations can the student select?

  23. Breakfast OVS Example B Student may select: • Egg sandwich, milk, peaches • Egg sandwich, milk • Egg sandwich, peaches • Egg sandwich

  24. Breakfast OVS Example C • Offer at least 4 items • In this example, school chooses to count m/ma as an “extra” • Egg sandwich w/ 2 oz. eq. grain and 1 oz. eq. m/ma (2 items) • 1/2 cup peaches (1 item) • 1 cup milk (1 item) • Student must select at least 3 items • What possible combination can the student select?

  25. OVS Breakfast Example C Student may select: • Egg sandwich, milk, peaches • Egg sandwich, milk • Egg sandwich, peaches

  26. Breakfast OVS Example D • Offer at least 4 items: • 1 oz. eq. toast (1 item)* • 1 oz. eq. whole grain rich cereal (1 item)* • ½ c. orange slices (1 item) • 1 c. milk (1 item) • Student must select at least 3 items • *Student may select 2 of the same grains • What combinations can student select?

  27. Breakfast OVS Example D Student may select: • Toast, cereal, orange slices, milk • 2 slices toast plus orange slices and/or milk • 2 oz. eq. cereal plus orange slices and/or milk • Toast, cereal, milk • Toast, orange slices, milk • Toast, cereal, orange slices • Cereal, milk, orange slices Etc…..

  28. Breakfast OVS Example E • Offer at least 4 items: • 1 oz. eq. whole grain rich cereal (1 item)* • Hard boiled egg (1 oz. eq. m/ma credited as grain) (1 item)* • ½ c. orange slices (1 item) • 1 cup milk (1 item) • Student must select at least 3 items • *Student may select 2 of the same grain or m/ma items • What combinations can the student select?

  29. Breakfast OVS Example E Student may select: • Cereal, hard boiled egg, orange slices, milk • Hard boiled egg, orange slices, milk • Cereal, orange slices, milk • 2 oz. eq. cereal plus orange slices and/or milk • 2 hard boiled eggs plus orange slices and/or milk Etc……

  30. Breakfast OVS Example F • Offer at least 4 items • Pancake Sausage Combo ( 1 oz. eq. grain and 1 oz eq. m/ma to count as grain = 2 items) • 1 oz. eq. whole grain cereal (1 item) * • ½ cup applesauce or ½ cup peaches (1 item) • 1 cup milk (1 item) • Student must select at least 3 items • *Student may select 2 of the same grain item • What combinations can the student select?

  31. Breakfast OVS Example F Student may select: • Pancake/sausage combo, cereal, applesauce, milk • Pancake/sausage combo, cereal, peaches, milk • Pancake sausage combo, applesauce • Pancake/sausage combo, peaches • Pancake/sausage combo, milk • Applesauce, cereal, milk • 2 cereal, milk • 2 cereal, peaches, milk Etc……

  32. OVS Pre-Plating and Bundling • OVS is not required for breakfast for any grade • If components are bundled (e.g. bagged/ boxed meals), offering choices is encouraged: • Allow students to select a variety of milks separate from pre-packaged meals • Allow students to select from a variety of fruits separate from pre-packaged meals • Offer a choice of different bundled or plated meals

  33. Signage • Signs that explain what counts as a reimbursable meal must be posted at the beginning of the serving line • Signs are also recommended where students make meal decisions • Signs help students choose a reimbursable meal and help to prevent problems at the cashier • Servers and cashiers should also have training and information on what counts as a reimbursable meal

  34. Breakfast RecommendationsHealthier Options • Try to offer healthier breakfast items • Offer mainly cereals and other grains that: • are whole grain rich (at least ½ the grains offered weekly must be whole grain rich) • contain less than 9 grams sugar per ounce (preferably less than 6 grams sugar per ounce) • do not contain artificial sweeteners • contain no or very few artificial colors and dyes • do not contain marshmallows, candy or similar • Avoid croissants, donuts, breakfast pastries, etc.

  35. Breakfast RecommendationsHealthier Options • Offer/promote fresh/frozen fruit rather than juice • Avoid or limit fried potatoes and fried vegetables • Promote plain low fat milk through taste tests, nutrition education, product placement, or by making milk/fruit smoothies (ingredients must be identified) • Limit syrups and high sugar/high fat condiments • Look for yogurts that contain no more than 5 gram sugar per ounce (and no artificial sweeteners) • Offer meats that are lower in fat and sodium

  36. Breakfast SY 2013-14 Summary • The following components must be offered each day (all grades): • 1 cup fluid milk • ½ cup fruit, vegetable, or 100% juice • 1 oz. eq. grain • Additionally, thefollowing must also be offered over the course of a week to meet the weekly grain requirements: • 2 oz. eq. grains and/or m/ma (grades K-5)* • 3 oz. eq. grains and/or m/ma (grades 6-8)* • 4 oz. eq. grains and/or m/ma (grades 9-12)* • *Slightly higher requirements if meals served 7 days/week • Half of the grains offered weekly must be whole grain rich

  37. Breakfast SY 2013-14 Summary • If “serve only” (not implementing OVS): • at least 3 items must be served in required amounts. Students must take all items served • If implementing OVS: • at least 4 items must be offered in required amounts • at least 3 items must be selected in required amounts

  38. Breakfast SY 2013-14 Summary • For more information, see USDA Memo SP28-2013 (v. 2) dated June 13, 2013: Questions & Answers on the School Breakfast Program Meal Pattern in School Year 2013-2014 • This memo is on PEARS Download Forms in the Nutrition Standards in School Meals section, form PDE712g

  39. Thank You Thank you for serving breakfast!