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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    Tuck Shop Canteen Example Tuck Shop Tuck Shop Scenarios Vending Machines What is a Healthy Vending Machine Example Vending Machine Vending Machine Scenarios Summary Resources Example Tuck Shop Click on the in the illustration below to see what food choices are being offered for sale in this tuck shop 100 Dried fruit bars Sell Most Baby carrots Sell Most Whole grain whole wheat bagels Sell Most Baked potato chips Sell

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/tuckshops/exampletuck (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    Click on elementary schools for a food related tuck shop scenario or secondary schools for a beverage related tuck shop scenario Elementary Schools Secondary Schools Elementary School Tuck Shop Scenario An elementary school is assessing the food choices offered for sale in the school s tuck shop in order to comply with the School Food and Beverage Policy The principal is trying to determine if the tuck shop complies and if not what changes are required Currently there are six Sell Most food choices and four Sell Less food choices Based on the example above click on the correct answer below What changes need to be made in order for this tuck shop to meet the 80 20 rule Nothing the tuck shops meets the 80 20 rule Remove all Sell Less food choices Remove one Sell Less food choices Add three Sell Most food choices Replace two Sell Less food choices with two Sell Most food choices Check Answer Answer E This tuck shop will now have eight food choices that are Sell Most 80 and two food choices that are Sell Less 20 complying with the School Food and Beverage Policy Take a look at the Secondary School scenario Secondary School Tuck Shop Scenario A secondary school tuck shop has already changed the food choices to comply with the School Food and Beverage Policy Now the school is conducting a beverage assessment The following three questions will help you to practice applying the beverage standards in a secondary setting Based on the example above click on the correct answers below 1 The school would like to offer five beverage choices in its tuck shop To comply with the 80 20 rule how many of these choices need to be Sell Most No less than two Three Four Five

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/tuckshops/applicationtuck (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    What is a Healthy Vending Machine Example Vending Machine Vending Machine Scenarios Summary Resources Vending Machines Vending machines offer students easy access to food and beverages before during and after school Food and beverages offered for sale in all vending machines must comply with the School Food and Beverage Policy The types of vending machines that might be located in a school include snack vending machines containing non perishable snack

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/vendingmachines (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    What is a Healthy School Event Example A Basketball Game Secondary School BBQ Tuck Shops Canteens What is a Healthy Tuck Shop Canteen Example Tuck Shop Tuck Shop Scenarios Vending Machines What is a Healthy Vending Machine Example Vending Machine Vending Machine Scenarios Summary Resources What is a Healthy Vending Machine A healthy vending machine offers for sale a variety of healthy food and beverages that comply with the School

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/vendingmachines/whatisvending (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    The following examples demonstrate how the 80 20 rule can be applied Click on beverage vending machine or food vending machine for examples of each Beverage Vending Machine Food Vending Machine Beverage Vending Machine This vending machine has 40 slots Click on the in the illustration below to see how the 80 20 rule is applied Sell most 4 out of 5 choices 80 Sell less 1 out of 5 choices 20 A beverage choice is a specific type of beverage that is offered for sale Examples of beverage choices are A 1 plain milk is one beverage choice and a 1 chocolate milk is another beverage choice 100 orange juice is one beverage choice and 100 apple juice is another beverage choice This vending machine could be filled using any of the following combinations 4 Sell Most beverage choices 80 and 1 Sell Less beverage choice 20 8 Sell Most beverage choices 80 and 2 Sell Less beverage choices 20 16 Sell Most beverage choices 80 and 4 Sell Less beverage choices 20 In all of these examples two or more slots could have the same beverage but that beverage would count as one beverage choice i e five apple juices of the same variety are not considered five beverage choices What is important is that the overall vending machine complies with the 80 20 rule Take a look at the food vending machine example Food Vending Machine The snack vending machine in this example includes a variety of Sell Most and Sell Less food choices that could be included in your school s vending machines Notice that there are no confectionary items e g chocolate bars gummy candy mints in this vending machine Confectionary items are Not Permitted for Sale in schools Click on the in the illustration

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/vendingmachines/examplevending (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    Click on true or false for each of the statements below 1 A beverage vending machine in an elementary school must have 100 Sell Most beverage choices Choose TRUE or FALSE Answer True In an elementary school beverage vending machines must only contain Sell Most beverage choices as Sell Less beverage choices are Not Permitted for Sale 2 100 Orange juice in 375 ml bottles is categorized as Not Permitted for Sale in elementary schools Choose TRUE or FALSE Answer True 100 juice is considered a Sell Most beverage choice but ONLY in 250 ml or less serving sizes containers Remember to check serving sizes of all beverages you are stocking in your vending machines in elementary schools 3 Water that is flavoured or sweetened is Not Permitted for Sale in elementary school beverage vending machines Choose TRUE or FALSE Answer True Only plain water is permitted for sale in elementary schools Water that is flavoured or sweetened is Not Permitted for Sale Take a look at the Secondary School vending machine scenario Secondary School Vending Machine Scenario Take a look at the six beverage choices available Click on the circles to choose the correct category for each item Sell Most Sell Less 100 Orange juice Low calorie caffeine free iced tea 100 Apple juice 100 Vegetable juice Bottled water Low calorie caffeine free soft drink Answers for question 1 Beverage Choices Sell Most Sell Less Not Permitted for Sale 100 orange juice X Low calorie caffeine free iced tea X 100 apple juice X 100 vegetable juice X Bottled water X Low calorie caffeine free soft drink X This vending machine has 40 slots available Determine how many slots you will fill with each beverage choice in order to ensure that this vending machine complies with the 80 20

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/vendingmachines/applicationvending (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    Vending Machines What is a Healthy Vending Machine Example Vending Machine Vending Machine Scenarios Summary Resources Summary Now that you ve had an opportunity to look through the venues programs and events let s review some overall key points that will help you plan your healthy school environment When assessing food and beverage choices for compliance with the 80 20 rule Ensure that at least 80 of the food choices

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/summary (2016-02-17)
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  • Healthy Venues, Programs & Events
    Lunches Building a Healthy Catered Lunch Program School Events What is a Healthy School Event Example A Basketball Game Secondary School BBQ Tuck Shops Canteens What is a Healthy Tuck Shop Canteen Example Tuck Shop Tuck Shop Scenarios Vending Machines What is a Healthy Vending Machine Example Vending Machine Vending Machine Scenarios Summary Resources Resources The Cafeteria Food Service Provider Checklist PDF 33 KB is a resource that will help you ask the right questions and plan for successful collaboration with your food service provider The Caterer Checklist PDF 30 KB is a resource that will help you ask the right questions and plan for successful collaboration with your food service provider The Creating Healthy Menus Tool allows you to explore how to create healthy entrées side dishes and soups by selecting ingredients from a drop down list The Nutrition Standards Tool helps you assess snacks desserts and beverages in your cafeteria that have a Nutrition Facts table and an ingredient list The School Event Menu Ideas PDF 33 KB resource can help you make decisions about what food and beverages to offer for sale during your school event Tips for Selecting Healthy Tuck Shop Canteen Food and Beverages PDF

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/healthyvenues/supports (2016-02-17)
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