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Offer versus Serve is where participants can ___________ some of the foods offered at meals.
Which programs can participate in Offer versus Serve:
Offer versus Serve can be implemented for the following meals or snacks:
True or False: CACFP Adult or At Risk operators do not have to notify PDE if they choose to do Offer versus Serve.
CACFP Providers must offer _____ food components that comprise a reimbursable meal in at least the minimum required serving size.
Reasons to choose Offer versus Serve include:
When using OVS at breakfast, at least ____ food items, from the _____ food components, must be offered in the minimum required serving sizes with all items being different from each other.
For breakfast, four items must be offered, and a participant needs to select at least ____ of the four items, with the items all being different, and in the minimum portions required.
When using OVS at lunch or supper, CACFP Sponsors must offer _____ components in the minimum required servings. Participants must select at least ____ food components for the meal to be reimbursable.
What is combination food?