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Dietician's Corner

MyPyramid Healthy Eating Tips for Kids:

  • Regularly choose whole-grain foods such as whole-wheat bread, oatmeal and low-fat popcorn
  • Vary your veggies. Eat a variety of vegetables especially those that are dark green and orange
  • Enjoy fruits. Eat fruits for meals and snacks. Limit fruit juice.
  • Get your calcium. Build strong bones by enjoying low-fat and fat-free milk products each day
  • Choose lean protein. Eat lean or low-fat meat and poultry. Enjoy beans and peas.
  • Choose healthy oils such as corn, soybean, canola and olive oil for cooking
  • Avoid extra sugar. Choose foods that do not have sugar and caloric sweeteners as one of the first ingredients. Avoid sugary drinks

For more information and activities about health eating for kids visit www.MyPyramid.gov and click on “Kids”. At this website, play games, print coloring pages, worksheets, posters, and download educational materials.

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Residential Child Care Institution

Whether you serve 4 children or 4,000+ in a residential setting, you can be reimbursed for serving meals over and above the existing funding you receive for the care of the children if you have the following:

  • Facility license issued by an approved State Agency
  • IRS letter stating tax exempt status under code 501c3
  • Children 18 years of age or younger, and 21 years of age and younger if children are enrolled in an approved high school curriculum program.
  • This may also be a skilled nursing facility for ambulatory or non-ambulatory children

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For Profit Residential Child Care Institution

If you operate a private for-profit residential child care institution for children your level of benefit is slightly different working with our team of experts.

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