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Updated Child and Adult Food Program Guidelines (CACFP) 2017

USDA recently revised the CACFP meal patterns to ensure children and adults have access to well balanced and nutritious meals. The USDA has made several guideline changes including reducing: the amount of sugar, and saturated fat content of meals. Also, meals are required to have a greater variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as increased whole grain content. CACFP centers and adult day care homes must comply with the updated meal patterns by October 1st, 2017. Registered Dietitian Nutritionists must review CACFP centers to ensure they are meeting the USDA guidelines. Updated Child and Adult Meal (CACFP) Meal Patterns Greater Variety of Vegetables and Fruits The combined fruit and veget

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