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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    Table The Nutrition Standards Tool The Food and Beverage Groups Vegetables and Fruit Categorizing Vegetables and Fruit Grain Products Categorizing Grain Products Milk and Alternatives Categorizing Milk and Alternatives Meat and Alternatives Categorizing Meat and Alternatives Mixed Dishes Categorizing Mixed Dishes With a Nutrition Facts Table Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Categorizing Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Miscellaneous Items Beverages Categorizing Beverages in Elementary and Secondary

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/nutritionstdscats/foodbeverage (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    these areas provide Nutrition Standards for Vegetables and Fruit Compare the nutrition criteria below with the Nutrition Facts table and the ingredient list on the food label See the section Nutrition Standards for Beverages for the nutrition criteria for vegetable and fruit juices and juice blends Food should always be prepared in a healthy way that is using cooking methods that require little or no added fat or sodium such as baking barbecuing boiling broiling grilling microwaving poaching roasting steaming or stir frying Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Fresh Frozen Canned and Dried Vegetables and Fruit Vegetable or fruit is the first item on the ingredient list and Fat 3 g and Sodium 360 mg 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 Vegetable or fruit is the first item on the ingredient list and Fat 5 g and Satruated fat 2 g and Sodium 480 mg Examples Some dried fruit and 100 fruit leathers Lightly seasoned or sauced vegetables and fruit Some prepared mixed vegetables Sugar is the first item on the ingredient list or Fat 5 g or Saturated fat 2 g or Sodium 480 mg Examples Vegetable and fruit products prepared with higher amounts of fat sugar and or salt including deep fried vegetables Some packaged frozen and deep fried potato products including hash browns and French fries Some fruit snacks made with juice e g gummies fruit rolls Food high in sugars and starches natural or added can leave particles clinging to the teeth and

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/nutritionstdscats/readingstandards (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    Reflect Resources Reading a Nutrition Facts Table To apply the nutrition standards you will have to read the food label In Canada the food label is mandatory on pre packaged food and beverages with some exceptions e g in store bakery items A food label includes two mandatory components The Nutrition Facts table and the ingredient list Nutrition Facts Table for Crackers Hover over or click on the in the nutrition facts table for more information Nutrition Facts Per 4 crackers 20 g Amount Daily Value Calories 90 Fat 3 g 5 Saturated 0 5 g 8 Trans 0 g Cholesterol 0 mg Sodium 132 mg 6 Carbohydrate 14 g 5 Fibre 2 g 8 Sugars 2 g Protein 2 g Vitamin A 0 Vitamin C 0 Calcium 0 Iron 4 Serving size Apply the nutrition standards to the serving size listed on the Nutrition Facts table Core nutrients The 13 core nutrients are mandatory in the Nutrition Facts table and are always listed in the same order Daily Value Use the Daily Value DV to determine if a product has a little or a lot of a nutrient The DV is also helpful in making comparisons between products Trans

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodlabels (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    and Alternatives Mixed Dishes Categorizing Mixed Dishes With a Nutrition Facts Table Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Categorizing Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Miscellaneous Items Beverages Categorizing Beverages in Elementary and Secondary Schools Check and Reflect Resources The Nutrition Standards Tool The easiest way to assess food and beverages that have a Nutrition Facts table is to use the online Nutrition Standards Tool All you need

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodlabels/standardstool (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    Vegetables and Fruit Grain Products Categorizing Grain Products Milk and Alternatives Categorizing Milk and Alternatives Meat and Alternatives Categorizing Meat and Alternatives Mixed Dishes Categorizing Mixed Dishes With a Nutrition Facts Table Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Categorizing Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Miscellaneous Items Beverages Categorizing Beverages in Elementary and Secondary Schools Check and Reflect Resources The Food and Beverage Groups The nutrition standards have

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    Nutrition Facts Table Categorizing Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Miscellaneous Items Beverages Categorizing Beverages in Elementary and Secondary Schools Check and Reflect Resources Vegetables and Fruit Tips for selecting healthy vegetables and fruit products All plain fresh vegetables and fruit are categorized as Sell Most When assessing fresh frozen canned and dried vegetables and fruit products remember to check the ingredient list to ensure that the first item

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/vegetablesandfruit (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    does not meet the Trans Fat Standards it is Not Permitted for Sale do not proceed to Step 2 According to the information on the food label in the example provided this canned fruit cocktail contains 0 g of fat 0 g of trans fat This canned fruit cocktail meets the Trans Fat Standards Step 2 Identify the group and sub group in the nutrition standards that your product fits into see the A Z Food and Beverage List This canned fruit cocktail is found in the Vegetables and Fruit group and the Fresh Frozen Canned and Dried Vegetables and Fruit sub group Step 3 Compare the relevant information on your product s food label i e the Nutrition Facts table and ingredient list with the nutrition criteria in the nutrition standards Your product will fit into one of the following categories Sell Most Sell Less or Not Permitted for Sale According to the information on the food label this canned fruit cocktail contains Clingstone peaches as the first ingredient 0 g of fat 0 g of saturated fat 10 mg of sodium This canned fruit cocktail is a Sell Most food choice because it has Fruit as the first item on the ingredient list 3 g of fat 2 g of saturated fat 360 mg of sodium Three Food Examples Below are three food examples including the relevant food label nutrition information Look at the nutrition criteria for each item then choose whether each example is Sell Most Sell Less or Not Permitted for Sale Example 1 Raisins Serving size 1 small box 28 g First Ingredient California raisins Nutrition Information Trans fat 0 g Fat 0 g Sodium 4 mg Answer Sell Most Sell Most is correct These raisins have no trans fat have less than 3 g of saturated fat and less than 4 mg of sodium Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Fresh Frozen Canned and Dried Vegetables and Fruit Vegetable or fruit is the first item on the ingredient list and Fat 3 g and Sodium 360 mg Vegetable or fruit is the first item on the ingredient list and Fat 5 g and Satruated fat 2 g and Sodium 480 mg Sugar is the first item on the ingredient list or Fat 5 g or Saturated fat 2 g or Sodium 480 mg Example 2 French fries baked Serving size 85 g 3 oz Nutrition Information Trans fat 0 g Fat 5 g Saturated fat 0 g Sodium 380 mg Answer Sell Less Sell Less is correct These baked French fries have no trans fat 5 g of fat and less than 480 mg of sodium Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Fresh Frozen Canned and Dried Vegetables and Fruit Vegetable or fruit is the first item on the ingredient list and Fat 3 g and Sodium 360 mg Vegetable or fruit is the

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/vegetablesandfruiteg (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    Milk and Alternatives Meat and Alternatives Categorizing Meat and Alternatives Mixed Dishes Categorizing Mixed Dishes With a Nutrition Facts Table Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Categorizing Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Miscellaneous Items Beverages Categorizing Beverages in Elementary and Secondary Schools Check and Reflect Resources Grain Products Tips for selecting healthy grain products Whole grain food with higher fibre and lower fat and sodium are generally

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/grains (2016-02-17)
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