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  • Section 1 - Policy Overview
    policy applies to food and beverages that are available for purchase during field trips sold for fundraising activities that occur off school premises Answer False This policy does not apply to food and beverages available for purchase during field trips or to fundraising activities that take place off school property such as door to door sales The principal may designate up to 15 days as special event days on which

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  • Section 2 - Nutrition Standards
    g of Trans Fat Fat 3 g x 100 0 of fat from trans fat These baked potato chips meet the Trans Fat Standards Answer True These chips do meet the Trans Fat Standards because their trans fat content is less than 5 of their total fat content Step 2 Identify the group and sub group in the nutrition standards that your product fits into Select the correct group Grain Products Vegetables and Fruit Mixed Dishes with a Nutrition Facts Table Check Answer Answer B These baked potato chips belong to the Vegetables and Fruit group as their first ingredient is potatoes Read the chart below to determine the appropriate sub group for the baked potato chips Select your answer below the chart Sub group Description Fresh Frozen Canned and Dried Vegetables and Fruit Vegetable or fruit is the first item on the ingredient list Examples Fresh or frozen vegetables with little or no added salt Fresh or frozen fruit with no added sugar Canned vegetables Canned fruit packed in juice or light syrup Unsweetened apple sauce Some low fat frozen potato products including French fries Some dried fruit and 100 fruit leathers Canned Tomatoes and Tomato Based Products Examples Some whole crushed or diced tomatoes Some pasta sauce Vegetable and Fruit Chips Examples Some lower fat lower sodium vegetable chips e g potato carrot Some lower fat lower sodium fruit chips e g banana apple pear These baked potato chips fit into one of the following sub groups Fresh Frozen Canned and Dried Vegetables and Fruit Canned Tomatoes and Tomato Based Products Vegetables and Fruit Chips Check Answer Answer C These baked potato chips belong to the Vegetable and Fruit Chips sub group Step 3 Compare the relevant information on your product s food label i e the Nutrition

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  • Section 3 - Healthy Eating Environment
    3 Healthy Eating Environment Chapters Healthy Eating Environment Healthy Eating Environment Healthy Eating Environment Healthy Eating Environment You will need the Flash Player to see this video Click here to download the video in Quicktime format Related Resources Foundations for

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  • Section 4 - Teaching Healthy Eating
    Eating Teaching Healthy Eating Teaching Healthy Eating You will need the Flash Player to see this video Click here to download the video in Quicktime format Related Resources Elementary Teacher Resource Guide Planning Template Partially Completed Template Kindergarten Grade 1

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  • Learning Tools
    5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Student Tools

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  • School Food & Beverage Policy
    Beverage Policy Resources for Elementary Teachers Trans Fat Standards Regulation Elementary School Vending Machines Healthy Schools Recognition Program Healthy Schools Recognition Program How Do Schools Participate Schools That Have Accepted the Challenge Success Stories Questions and Answers Community Use of Schools Recent Announcements Links Your Feedback Ontario s Education System Preschool Early Learning Elementary Secondary French Language Education Postsecondary Adult Learning Employment Ontario Popular Topics Publications Frequently Asked Questions Parents Teachers Students Administrators Explore Government Ontario ca Office of the Premier Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Attorney General Children and Youth Services Citizenship and Immigration Community and Social Services Community Safety and Correctional Services Consumer Services Culture Economic Development and Trade Education Energy and Infrastructure Environment Finance Francophone Affairs Government Services Health and Long Term Care Health Promotion Labour Municipal Affairs and Housing Natural Resources Northern Development Mines and Forestry Research and Innovation Revenue Seniors Secretariat Tourism Training Colleges and Universities Transportation Women s Directorate Contacts Have a Question Telephone Directory ServiceOntario Centres MPPs Features Research in Education Education Facts School Board Finder Premier s Awards for Teaching Excellence abc123 Energizing Ontario Education E mail Accessibility Creating Healthy Menus Tool Whether your school is making items from scratch

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  • School Food & Beverage Policy
    Nutrition Standards Tool Use the nutrition standards tool to assess how products with nutrition facts tables comply with the nutrition standards set out by the School Food and Beverage Policy The Nutrition Standards Tool will assess compliance with the Trans Fat Standards assess a food or beverage choice against the nutrition standards categorize a food or beverage choice as Sell Most Sell Less or Not Permitted for Sale First Select a category to which your product belongs Then choose the product name to begin your assessment If your product name is not on the list choose a similar product Second Enter the information found on your product s nutrition s facts table into the fields provided Let s get started Choose the category food name to begin your assessment Category Vegetables and Fruit Grain Products Milk and Alternatives Meat and Alternatives Mixed Dishes Entrées Mixed Dishes Soups Mixed Dishes Sides Beverages Elementary Beverages Secondary Miscellaneous Choose a Product Vegetables and Fruit 100 fruit leather Apple chips Banana chips Canned fruit Canned tomatoes Canned vegetables not tomatoes Cranberries Dried apricots Dried fruit Dried mangoes French fries frozen Fresh fruit Fresh vegetables Frozen fruit Frozen vegetables Fruit snacks Hash browns frozen Pear chips Pizza sauce Potato chips Potatoes fresh Potatoes instant mashed Raisins Salsa Tomato sauce Tomato based pasta sauce Grain Products Bagels Bannock Biscuits Bread Brownies Bulgur Buns Cake Cereal bars Chapatti Cookies Corn cakes Corn chips Corn nuts Couscous Crackers Cream of wheat Croissants Danishes Doughnuts English muffin Flatbread French toast Granola Granola bars Loaves Muffins Naan Nacho chips Oatmeal Pancakes Pasta Pastries Pies tarts Pita Pita chips Pizza dough crust Popcorn Pretzels Quinoa Ready to eat breakfast cereal Rice Rice cakes Rice noodles Rolls Roti Scones Soba noodles Spelt Squares Taco shell Tortilla Turnovers Waffles Wheat berries Milk and Alternatives Cheese any variety Custard Frozen yogurt Gelato Ice cream Ice milk Kefir Pudding Sundaes Yogurt Yogurt tube Meat and Alternatives Bacon Beans Beef Beef turkey jerky Beef meatballs Beef patties Breaded chicken burgers Breaded chicken strips fingers nuggets Breaded fish burgers Breaded fish sticks Canned salmon Canned tuna Chicken Deli meat any variety Eggs Falafel Fresh fish plain Frozen fish plain Game meat Goat Ground beef Ground chicken Ground turkey Lamb Lentils Nut butter almond walnut cashew Nuts Peanut butter Peas Pepperoni sticks Pork Seed butter sesame sunflower Seeds Simulated meat strips Soy butter Temph Tofu Turkey Turkey meatballs Vegetarian burgers meatballs ground round Vegetarian wieners sausages Wieners Mixed Dishes Entrées Casseroles frozen pre packaged Chili frozen pre packaged Lasagne frozen pre packaged Pizza frozen pre packaged Pot pie frozen pre packaged Quiche frozen pre packaged Sandwiches frozen pre packaged Stew frozen pre packaged Mixed Dishes Soups Soup Mixed Dishes Sides Grain based salad pre prepared Pasta salad pre prepared Vegetable based salad pre prepared Beverages Elementary Coffee caffeinated Coffee decaffeinated Energy drinks any flavour Fruit drink any flavour Fruit juice Hot chocolate prepared with milk Hot chocolate prepared with water Iced tea caffeinated Iced tea decaffeinated Lemonade Limeade

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  • Introduction
    les boissons dans les écoles Module Introduction Chapitres Objectif À propos des modules Ressources Objectif Objectif Objectif You will need the Flash Player to see this video Cliquez ici pour

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