Connie M Seiber DTR CD
Food Service Supervisor-715-284-4357 ext 1209Add Media
FREE BREAKFAST ALL STUDENTS BEGINNING FEBRUARY 3, 2014
Due to product changes, ingredient lists may not be 100% accurate. Due to product unavailability, menu substitutions may be made from time to time. To verify menu substitutions for your school, please contact the food service office. Please be aware that some food items served on the Black River Falls Schools menu may have been manufactured in a facility, or on shared equipment with other peanut or tree nut products.
MEAL SERVICE REGULATIONS AT A GLANCE
Welcome back to the 2013-2014 school year
What’s for Lunch?
Students must be offered a lunch that contains:
- 5 food items…
- From the 5 food components…
- In at least the minimum serving sizes for the age/group level
- Students must take at least 3 of the 5 component offerings (one of which must be EITHER a fruit or vegetable)
The 5 food components are:
- Meat or Meat Alternate
- Vegetables – One or more servings of different kinds of vegetables
- Fruit One or more servings of different fruits
- Grains / Breads
Students must select 3 out of 4 items (not components)
Grains: Offerings vary by age group. At least 1/2 of the grains offered are whole grains
Meat/Meat Alternate: There is no requirement to serve meat/meat alternate at breakfast. If we serve Meat/Meat alternate it is only after our grain component is met.
Juice/Fruit/Vegetable: Students of all age groups are offered a minimum of 1/2 cup fruit/veg
Milk: We offer only Fat Free (Flavored and unflavored) or Lowfat (unflavored chocolate) milk. A variety of milk if offered.
Food allergies need to be accompanied with a medical signature (MD SIGNATURE ONLY) indicating what the allergy is and what foods might be affected. The School Nutrition Program and individual kitchens will keep the required paperwork on file. Meals/substitutions cannot be served without a medically authorized diet order.
The Food Allergy Network (FAN) is a nonprofit organization established to help families living with food allergies and anaphylaxis (a severe life-threatening reaction). FAN provides education, emotional support and coping strategies.
Click on the following link to learn more about food allergies. www.foodallergy.org