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True or false. An apple is an example of a CACFP food “component”?
True or false. Non-dairy beverages may be offered as fluid milk substitutes, whether or not they are nutritionally equivalent to milk.
True or false. Juice cannot be served to infants.
Which of these forms of vegetables is NOT creditable?
What is the threshold for grams of sugar per 6-ounce portion of yogurt?
How many servings per day from the grains component must be whole grain or whole grain-rich?
Is this a creditable breakfast? Fluid milk, fresh strawberries, and scrambled eggs.
Choose the correct answer to complete a reimbursable snack for a 3- to 5-year old: Half a cup of fluid milk, and…
Choose the correct answer to complete a reimbursable lunch or supper for a 6- to 12-year old: One cup of fluid milk, two ounces of grilled chicken, half a cup of steamed broccoli, half a cup of cooked quinoa (which equals one ounce equivalent of grains), and…
Some foods like ketchup or salad dressing are considered “non-creditable” foods, but you can still serve them as part of an otherwise reimbursable CACFP meal. Why serve non-creditable foods?