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CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION NUTRITION SERVICES DIVISION VENDOR #: Child and Adult Care Food Program CNIPS#: Meal Pattern for Adults: Schedule B

    NSD 7050 B

    Breakfast

    112Milk, Fluid Milk, Fluid 1 cup

    33Vegetable/Fruit Vegetable/Fruit, or Full-strength Juice, or Any Combination ? cup or 4 oz.

    ; Bread 2 slices 4 Grains/Bread; Cornbread, Rolls, Muffins, or Biscuits 2 servings (whole grain, enriched, or 5; Cold Dry Cereal (volume or weight, whichever is less) 1? cups or 2oz fortified): Bread or one of the 1 cup ; Cooked Cereal, Pasta, Noodle Products, or Cereal Grains, or equivalent following: 1 cup ; Cooked Cereal Grains 1 cup ; Or an equivalent quantity of any combination of Bread

    Lunch or Supper

    112Milk, Fluid Milk, Fluid (lunch only - milk is not required for supper) 1 cup

    33 Vegetable/Fruit Vegetable/Fruit(two or more kinds served as individual menu items) 1 cup total

    ; Bread 2 slices 4 Grains/Bread; Cornbread, Rolls, Muffins, or Biscuits 2 servings (whole grain, enriched, or 5; Cold Dry Cereal (volume or weight, whichever is less) 1? cups or 2oz fortified): Bread or one of the 1 cup ; Cooked Cereal, Pasta, Noodle Products, or Cereal Grains, or equivalent following: 1 cup ; Cooked Cereal Grains 1 cup ; Or an equivalent quantity of any combination of Bread

    ; Lean Meat, Fish, Poultry (edible portion) 2 oz. ; Cheese 2 oz. 6 ; Cottage cheese, cheese food, or processed cheese spread Meat/Meat Alternates ? cup or 4 oz. ; Yogurt, plain, flavored, or sweetened Lean Meat, Fish, Poultry 1 cup or 8 oz. (edible portion) or one of the 1 egg ; Eggs following:? cup ; Cooked dry beans, or peas 4 tbsp. ; Peanut butter, soy nut butter, other nut, or seed butters 1 oz. = 50% ; Peanuts, soy nuts, tree nuts, seeds, or whole roasted peas 2 oz. total ; Or an equivalent quantity of any combination of meat/meat alternates

    7A.M. Or P.M. Snack (select 2 different food components)

    11Milk, Fluid Milk, Fluid 1 cup

    33Vegetable/Fruit Vegetable/Fruit, or full-strength juice, or any combination ? cup or 4 oz.

    ; Bread 1 slice 4 ; Cornbread, Rolls, Muffins, or Biscuits Grains/Bread1 serving 5(whole grain, enriched, or ; Cold Dry Cereal (volume or weight, whichever is less) ? cup or 1 oz. fortified): Bread or one of the ? cup ; Cooked Cereal, Pasta, Noodle Products, or Cereal Grains, or equivalent following: ? cup ; Cooked Cereal Grains ? cup ; Or an equivalent quantity of any combination of Bread

    ; Lean Meat, Fish, Poultry (edible portion) 1 oz. ; Cheese 1 oz. ; Cottage cheese, cheese food, or processed cheese spread ? cup or 2 oz. 6Meat/Meat Alternates ; Yogurt, plain, flavored, or sweetened ? cup or 4 oz. Lean Meat, Fish, Poultry ? egg ; Eggs (edible portion) or one of the ? cup or 2 oz. ; Cooked dry beans, or peas following: 2 tbsp. ; Peanut butter, soy nut butter, other nut, or seed butters 1 oz. ; Peanuts, soy nuts, tree nuts, seeds, or whole roasted peas 1 oz. total ; Or an equivalent quantity of any combination of meat/meat alternates

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     CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION NUTRITION SERVICES DIVISION

    Child and Adult Care Food Program

    Meal Pattern for Adults: Schedule B

    NSD 7050 B

    Participants may be served larger portions, but shall not be served less than the minimum quantities specified.

Definitions

    1. Milk: Serve 1 cup (8 oz.) of fluid milk as a beverage or on cereal. Fluid milk is defined as

    pasteurized, unflavored or flavored, fat free, low fat, reduced fat, or whole milk. Acidified

    milk, cultured buttermilk, lactose-reduced milk may also be served. All milk must be fortified

    with vitamins A and D, and meet state and local standards. Milk is an optional food

    component at supper. Other substitutions for milk must be medically prescribed.

    2. Cup: For purposes of the requirements outlined, a cup means a standard measuring cup,

    liquid or dry, as appropriate to meet the requirement for two components.

3. Vegetable/Fruit for Lunch or Supper: Serve two or more kinds of vegetable(s) and/or

    fruit(s) or a combination of both. Full-strength vegetable or fruit juice may be counted to

    meet only one of the two-item requirements.

    4. Grains/Breads: Grain products, pasta noodles, and cereal grains (such as rice, bulgur oats,

    wheat, or corn grits) shall be whole-grain or enriched; cornbread, biscuits, rolls, muffins,

    etc., shall be whole-grain, enriched, or fortified. A bread serving is one slice of bread

    equivalent to 25 grams (0.9 to 1 oz.) in weight. Instructions for determining the appropriate

    serving sizes for grain products served as bread alternatives (crackers, pancakes, bulgur,

    etc.) are found in the simplified buying guide or the grain/breads chart for the Child Nutrition

    Programs.

    5. Quantity of Dry Cereal: To measure dry cereal, use either volume (cup) or weight (oz.),

    whichever is less.

6. Meat/Meat Alternates: The meat/meat alternate component group is an option at the

    breakfast meal. No more than 50 percent of the requirement shall be met with nuts or

    seeds. Nut or seed butter may satisfy 100 percent of the requirement. Whole nuts or seeds

    shall be combined with another meat/meat alternate to fulfill the requirement. When

    determining combinations, 1 oz. of nuts or seeds is equal to 1 oz. of cooked lean meat,

    poultry, or fish; ? cup of cottage cheese is equal to 1 oz. of meat alternate; ? cup of yogurt

    is equal to 1 oz. of meal/meat alternate. Frozen yogurt and other nonstandard yogurts are

    not creditable products and may not be used to satisfy any component requirement in a

    reimbursable meal.

    7. Snack: Serve two or more kinds of vegetable(s) and/or fruits or a combination of both. Full-

    strength vegetable or fruit juice may be counted to meet only one of the two-item

    requirements.

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     CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION NUTRITION SERVICES DIVISION

    Child and Adult Care Food Program

    Meal Pattern for Adults: Schedule B

    NSD 7050 B

Offer versus Serve

    Adult Day Care Centers may use the offer versus serve (OVS) option for breakfast, lunch, and supper. The OVS option allows participants to refuse some of the food items required while still allowing those meals to be claimed for reimbursement. Under OVS each adult care center shall offer its participants all of the required food components as set forth in the requirements for meals (Title 7, Code of Federal Regulations Section 226.20). However, at

    the discretion of the adult day care center, participants may be permitted to decline the following:

    ; Breakfast: Participants may decline one serving of the four food items (one

    serving of milk, one serving of vegetable and/or fruit, or two servings of bread or

    bread alternate)

    ; Lunch: Participants may decline two servings of the six food items (one serving

    of milk, two servings of vegetable and/or fruit, two servings of bread or bread

    alternate, or one serving of meat or meat alternate)

    ; Supper: Participants may decline two servings of the five food items (two

    servings of vegetables and/or fruit, two servings of bread or bread alternate, or

    one serving of meat or meat alternate)

    The price of a reimbursable meal shall not be affected if an adult participant declines a food item.

    CERTIFICATION

Are meals provided using the Offer vs. Serve option? Yes No

    If yes, which meals ( ) Breakfast ( ) Lunch ( ) Supper

    If yes, which meals? ________________________________

    If yes, what date will you begin the Offer vs. Serve option? _____________________

I certify that the agency will comply with all meal and component requirements set

    forth in the federal regulations, 7 CFR Part 226 and outlined above. I understand that

    any meal served that does not meet these requirements may not be claimed for reimbursement under the Child and Adult Care Food Program.

Signature of Authorized Representative Date

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