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Smart Snacks
Be in the Know
NDDPI Child Nutrition
2006
Local
Wellness
Policies
2006
Alliance
Competitive
Food &
Beverage
Guidelines
2007
IOM
Standards
2010
Healthy
HungerFree Kids
Act
2013
Smart
Snacks in
School
Nutrition
Standards
JOT IT DOWN!
Definitions
Competitive food: all food and beverages sold
to students on the school campus during the
school day, other than reimbursable meals.
School campus: all areas of the property under
the jurisdiction of the school that are
accessible to students during the school day.
School day: the period from midnight before, to
30 minutes after the end of the official school
day
SMART SNACKS IN SCHOOL
NUTRITION STANDARDS
Vending
Machines
School
Stores
A la Carte
Fundraising
Snack Carts
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FUNDRAISERS
School Day
Only
Exemptions
set by State
Agencies
No Limit on
Products that
Meet
Fundraiser Exemptions
– The HHFKA allows each State Agency the discretion to
exempt infrequent school-sponsored fundraisers.
– The North Dakota SA has proposed that 3 schoolsponsored fundraisers will be allowed at each school
– This exception includes fundraisers on school property,
during the school day and items sold to students.
– The exempt fundraisers will be prohibited during the
school meal service.
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GENERAL STANDARDS
FOR COMPETITIVE FOODS
Whole Grain
Rich
Fruit,
Vegetable,
Protein or
Dairy
Combination
Food
Contains 10%
DV of certain
nutrients
(at least ¼ c. fruit
or vegetable)
(until July 1, 2016)
MEETS ALL NUTRIENT STANDARDS
SOME FOODS
are exempt from the
nutrient standards…
SOME
fresh, canned or frozen…
FRUITS & VEGGIES
Smart Snack Entrees
• Calories
• Total Fat
o Sat Fat
o Trans Fat
• Sodium
• Sugar
< 350
% Daily Value
< 35% of calories
< 10 % of calories
0 (< 0.5 g per serving)
< 480 mg
< 35% by weight
Smart Snack Sides
• Calories
• Total Fat
o Sat Fat
o Trans Fat
• Sodium
• Sugar
< 200
(including accompaniments)
% Daily Value
< 35%
< 10 %
0
(< 0.5 g per serving)
< 230 mg (including accompaniments)
< 35% by weight
ALL GRADES
WATER
NON FAT
MILK
LOW FAT
MILK
(with or without carbonation)
(plain or flavored)
(plain only)
100% FRUIT
OR
VEGETABLE
JUICE
100% FRUIT
OR
VEGETABLE
JUICE
DILUTED
W/WATER
SERVING
SIZE
LIMITS:
8 oz. ES
12 oz. MS/HS
(no added sweeteners)
(with or without carbonation)
(milk, juice)
HIGH SCHOOL ONLY
DIET
DIET
BEVERAGES
BEVERAGES
(20
(20 oz.)
oz.)
LOWCALORIE
BEVERAGES
(12 oz.)
(<5 kcal/8 oz. OR
≤10 kcal/20 oz.)
(≤40 kcal/8 oz. OR
≤60 kcal/12 oz. )
Brain-Boosting Beverages:
Elementary
Middle
High
Milk
Low fat (1%) Unflavored
< 8 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
Skim Flavored or Unflavored
< 8 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
Nutritionally Equivalent
< 8 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
100% Juice
< 8 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
100% juice diluted with water
and no added sweeteners (with
or without carbonation)
< 8 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
< 12 fl oz
Fruit and/or Vegetable Juice
15
Elementary
Middle
High
Flavored and/or Carbonated
Beverages
< 40 Calories per 8 fl oz
NO
NO
< 12 fl 0z
< 60 calories per 12 fl oz
NO
NO
<12 fl oz
< 5 Calories per 8 fl oz
< 10 Calories per 20 fl oz
NO
NO
< 20 fl oz
Beverages with Caffeine
Plain water or plain Carbonated
Water
No
No
YES
Unless naturally occurring trace
amounts
Unless naturally occurring trace amounts
High school beverages may contain caffeine
No size limit
No size limit
No size limit
ALL GRADES
WATER
NON FAT
MILK
LOW FAT
MILK
(with or without carbonation)
(plain or flavored)
(plain only)
100% FRUIT
OR
VEGETABLE
JUICE
100% FRUIT
OR
VEGETABLE
JUICE
DILUTED
W/WATER
SERVING
SIZE
LIMITS:
8 oz. ES
12 oz. MS/HS
(no added sweeteners)
(with or without carbonation)
(milk, juice)
BROWSE RESOURCES AT
www.healthiergeneration.org/smartsnacks
Product Evaluator
• www.healthiergeneration.org/calculator
Approved Product Lists
•
www.healthiergeneration.org/productnavigator
• http://www.johnstalkerinstitute.org/alist/
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Recordkeeping
• Records must be maintained by those
designated as responsible for any competitive
food service in the school.
• Athletic director, booster clubs, etc.
NDDPI Monitoring
• State agencies will monitor compliance with the
standards through a review of local educational agency
records as part of the State agency administrative
review.
• If violations have occurred, corrective action plans would
be required to be submitted to the State agency.
Resources and Questions
• http://www.fns.usda.gov/school-meals/smart-snacksschool
• NDDPI Child Nutrition: 1-888-338-3663 or 328-2294, ask
for Deb or Kaye
•
[email protected] or [email protected]
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