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The standard meal patterns for CACFP specify meal components and minimum quantities for participants and address changing nutritional needs.
The amount of sugar in breakfast cereal is limited to
Select the false statement referring to meal patterns.
Identify the incorrect milk served to a CACFP participant.
A snack served with two of the same component is considered a complete and creditable snack.
The amount of sugar in yogurt is limited to:
Except for participants under the age of 1, a meat/meat alternate may replace the grain at breakfast:
100% juice is limited to one serving per day for the fruit or vegetable component for all participants over the age of 1, and not considered a reimbursable food item for infants.
Children ages 2 to 5 can be served 2% or whole milk if it is unflavored.
To qualify as whole-grain rich, a food must be 100% whole grain or: