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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    into see the A Z Food and Beverage List These Multigrain Chips are found in the Grain Products group and the Grain Based Snacks 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 these Multigrain Chips contain 3 5 g of fat 0 5 g of saturated fat 400 mg of sodium These Multigrain Chips are a Sell Less food choice because they have 3 g of fat but 5 g 2 g of saturated fat 240 mg of sodium but 480 mg 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 Whole wheat spaghetti Serving size 125 ml 1 2 cup Nutrition Information Trans fat 0 g Fat 1 g Saturated fat 0 g Sodium 164 mg Answer Sell Most Sell Most is correct This pasta has no trans fat less than 3 g of fat less than 2 g of saturated fat and less than 240 g of sodium Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Pasta Rice and Other Grains Fat 3 g and Saturated fat 2 g and Sodium 240 mg Fat 5 g and Satruated fat 2 g and Sodium 480 mg Fat 5 g and Satruated fat 2 g and Sodium 480 mg Example 2 White English muffin Serving size 1 English muffin 57g Nutrition

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/grainsexample (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    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 Milk and Alternatives Tips for selecting healthy milk and alternatives Sell Most Milk and Alternatives are lower in fat Sell Most cheeses

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/milk (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    to Step 2 According to the information on the food label in the example provided this yogurt tube contains 1 5 g of fat 0 g of trans fat This strawberry banana yogurt tube 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 strawberry banana yogurt tube is found in the Milk and Alternatives group and the Yogurt Kefir 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 strawberry banana yogurt tube contains 1 5 g of fat This yogurt tube is a Sell Most food choice because it has 3 g of fat 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 Yogurt Cup Serving size 100g Nutrition Information Trans fat 0 g Fat 1 g Answer Sell Most Sell Most is correct This yogurt cup has no trans fat and has less than 3 g of fat Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Yogurt Kefir Fat 3 25 M F or 3g Fat 3 25 M F or 3g Example 2 Regular cheese string Serving size 1 cheese string 21 g Nutrition Information Trans fat 0 2 g Fat 6 g Saturated Fat 3 5

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/milkexample (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    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 Meat and Alternatives Tips for selecting healthy meat and alternatives Extra lean meat and vegetarian alternatives prepared with no or little added fat or sodium are usually Sell

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/meat (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    the information on the food label in the example provided this deli ham contains 1 0 g of fat 0 g of trans fat This deli ham 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 deli ham is found in the Meat and Alternatives group and the Deli Sandwich Meat 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 deli ham contains 1 g of fat 560 mg of sodium This deli ham is a Sell Less food choice because it has 5 g fat 480 mg but 600 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 Soy butter Serving size 2 Tbsp Nutrition Information Trans fat 0 g Sodium 120 mg Fat 15 g Answer Sell Most Sell Most is correct This soy butter has no trans fat is not coated with candy chocolate sugar or yogurt and has less than 480 mg of sodium Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nuts Protein Butters and Seeds Not coated with candy chocolate sugar or yogurt and Sodium 480mg Coated with candy chocolate sugar and or yogurt or Sodium 480mg Example 2 Meatballs

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/meatexample (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    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 Mixed Dishes Many food products contain more than one ingredient These are grouped as Mixed Dishes Mixed Dishes With a Nutrition Facts Table are assessed differently from Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Food should always be prepared in a healthy way that

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/mixed (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    into see the A Z Food and Beverage List This macaroni and cheese is found in the Mixed Dishes group and the Entrées 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 macaroni and cheese contains 17 g of fat 9 g of saturated fat 485 mg of sodium 1 g of fibre 20 g of protein This macaroni and cheese is Not Permitted for Sale because it has 10 g of fat 5 g of saturated fat 2 g of fibre 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 Mixed green salad with vegetables without dressing Serving size 2 cups Nutrition Information Trans Fat 0 g Fat 0 g Saturated fat 0 g Sodium 32 mg Fibre 2 g Answer Sell Most Sell Most is correct This green salad has no trans fat less than 5 g of fat no saturated fat less than 360 mg of sodium and 2 g of fibre Sell Most 80 Sell Less 20 Not Permitted for Sale Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Nutrition Criteria Side Dishes e g grain and or vegetable salads Fat 5g and Saturated fat 2g and Sodium 360mg and Fibre 2g Fat 7g and Saturated fat 2g and Sodium 360mg Fat 7g or Saturated fat 2g or Sodium 360mg Example 2 Lentil soup Serving size 1 cup Nutrition

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/sb/module/standards/foodandbeveragegroups/mixedexample (2016-02-17)
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  • Understanding the Nutrition Standards
    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 Schools Check and Reflect Resources Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts Table Not all mixed dishes have a Nutrition Facts table For example some food made in the school cafeteria delivered to the school or prepared at the school for a school event may not have a Nutrition Facts table For Mixed Dishes Without a Nutrition Facts table assess each major and minor ingredient using the nutrition standards Major ingredients are any products that are identified in one of the food groups i e Vegetables and Fruit Grain Products Milk and Alternatives Meat and Alternatives or beverage groups unless used in limited amounts as defined in the Miscellaneous Items group in the nutrition standards All pizza toppings are considered major ingredients Minor ingredients are items that are typically used as dressings condiments and gravies These ingredients can be used but only

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