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Appendix C: The USDA Child Nutrition (CN) Labeling Program Common Questions Sample CN Logo Appendix C: The USDA Child Nutrition (CN) Labeling Program Common Questions Sample CN Logo 30

What Is the CN Labeling Program? A voluntary Federal labeling program for CNP § What Is the CN Labeling Program? A voluntary Federal labeling program for CNP § § § Provides information regarding the food product’s contribution to food-based meal patterns Applies to both the Traditional and the Enhanced food-based menu planning approaches May be helpful for NSMP 31

Who Operates the Program? The CN labeling Program is operated by the Food and Who Operates the Program? The CN labeling Program is operated by the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in cooperation with the following agencies: § Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) § Agriculture Marketing Service (AMS) § National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) 32

How Does the CN Labeling Program Work? Manufacturer submits product formulation to FNS evaluates How Does the CN Labeling Program Work? Manufacturer submits product formulation to FNS evaluates submitted manufacturer formulation and verifies that the claim of contribution on the label is accurate. FNS approves label in Final. FSIS, AMS, or NMFS also approves labels as appropriate. USDA, FNS provides CNP operators a warranty against audit claims. 33

To Carry CN Labels, Eligible Products Must § have the contribution of the food To Carry CN Labels, Eligible Products Must § have the contribution of the food component(s) determined using yields in the USDA’s Food Buying Guide, § have the product formulation and CN label approved by FNS, and § be produced under inspection. 34

Products That Are Eligible for CN Labels Main Dish Products That Contribute to the Products That Are Eligible for CN Labels Main Dish Products That Contribute to the M/MA 35

Juice and Juice-Based Drink Products Containing at Least 50% Full-Strength Juice by Volume. 36 Juice and Juice-Based Drink Products Containing at Least 50% Full-Strength Juice by Volume. 36

Which Products Are/Are Not Eligible for CN Labeling? Are Eligible Are Not Eligible 37 Which Products Are/Are Not Eligible for CN Labeling? Are Eligible Are Not Eligible 37

Juice-Based Products Take Different Forms Fruit and/or juice-based sherbets and fruit ices are popular Juice-Based Products Take Different Forms Fruit and/or juice-based sherbets and fruit ices are popular CN labeled products. 38

Ready-to-Eat, Frozen-Prepared, and Refrigerated-Prepared Pizzas All Need Documentation for Crediting ? ? ? = Ready-to-Eat, Frozen-Prepared, and Refrigerated-Prepared Pizzas All Need Documentation for Crediting ? ? ? = M/MA + = V/F = G/B Ingredients cannot be separated to weigh and measure. 39

The CN Label Tells Us What We Cannot Determine for Ourselves 000000* This 5. The CN Label Tells Us What We Cannot Determine for Ourselves 000000* This 5. 00 oz pizza with Ground Beef and Vegetable Protein Product provides 2. 00 oz equivalent meat/meat alternate, 1/8 -cup serving of vegetable, and 1 -1/2 servings of bread alternate for the Child Nutrition Meal Pattern Requirements. (Use of this logo and statement authorized by the Food and Nutrition Service, USDA XX-XX**) *The six-digit CN identification number is assigned by the FNS, CND Headquarters office. **This date is written using numbers to reflect the month/year of final approval. 40

An Authentic CN Label Contains Logo With Distinct Border 6 -Digit Product Identification Number An Authentic CN Label Contains Logo With Distinct Border 6 -Digit Product Identification Number 000000 This 5. 00 oz pizza with Ground Beef and Vegetable Protein Product provides 2. 00 oz equivalent meat/meat alternate, 1/8 -cup serving of vegetable, and 1 -1/2 servings of bread alternate for the Child Nutrition Meal Pattern Requirements. (Use of this logo and statement authorized by the Food and Nutrition Service, USDA XX-XX**) Month and Year of Approval Statement Specifying CN Label Was Authorized by FNS Meal Pattern Contribution Statement 41

6 -Digit Product Identification Number § The number is individual to a product formulation 6 -Digit Product Identification Number § The number is individual to a product formulation and a particular manufacturing plant. The same formulation manufactured in two different plants will carry different CN product identification numbers. § Products may be tracked using manufacturer code numbers. The 6 -digit CN identification number can be used to track a particular formula made at a particular establishment. § No valid CN number will ever be 000000, nor will it contain Xs; these are used in examples only. 42

6 -Digit Product Identification Number § Once in a while an invalid CN label 6 -Digit Product Identification Number § Once in a while an invalid CN label will be used. If this is suspected, the label should be sent immediately to your State agency or USDA, FNS. § Manufacturers sometimes use labels that look like CN labels but are not. Be careful to look for the components previously identified. § FNS cannot provide a warranty for use of products with no or an invalid CN label. 43

Do Not Specify CN Labels for Vegetables/Fruits or Grains/Breads Remember, CN labeled Grains/Breads or Do Not Specify CN Labels for Vegetables/Fruits or Grains/Breads Remember, CN labeled Grains/Breads or Vegetables/Fruits (with the exception of juice-based) food products do not exist! Be careful not to include this requirement when writing food descriptions for these products. 44

Questions and Answers Yes No § Are manufacturers required to CN label products? § Questions and Answers Yes No § Are manufacturers required to CN label products? § Are schools required to buy CN labeled products? § Are CN labeled products more nutritious? § Are CN labeled products higher quality? 45

Do CN Labeled Products Have Advantages? § A CN label statement clearly identifies Yes Do CN Labeled Products Have Advantages? § A CN label statement clearly identifies Yes the contribution of a product toward the meal pattern requirements and it protects the purchaser from exaggerated claims about the product. § A CN label provides a warranty against audit claims if the product is used according to manufacturer’s directions. § A CN label simplifies cost comparison of similar products. No 46

Do CN Labeled Products Cost More? Maybe CN labeled products may cost more. § Do CN Labeled Products Cost More? Maybe CN labeled products may cost more. § Special labeling requirements, inspection, and extra staff costs to monitor quality control may contribute to CN labeled products costing more, but not necessarily. § When you do a cost comparison between two M/MA products, it is the cost per ounce of M/MA rather than the cost per ounce or pound of the product that should be compared. 47

There are yield data tables developed especially for use by industry and by FNS There are yield data tables developed especially for use by industry and by FNS when crediting CN labels. CNP should use this information to verify manufacturer analysis sheets. 48

Appendix D: The Purchasing Process 49 Appendix D: The Purchasing Process 49

First Choice: A Purchasing Systems Manual for School Food Service § Publication number EX First Choice: A Purchasing Systems Manual for School Food Service § Publication number EX 59 -02 § Covers management of the entire purchasing process § Includes appendices with sample forms § Includes reference materials and glossary 50

Choice Plus: A Reference Guide for Foods and Ingredients § Publication number FCS-297 § Choice Plus: A Reference Guide for Foods and Ingredients § Publication number FCS-297 § Focuses on food and ingredient specifications/product sheets for a wide variety of products § Offers tips on writing specifications and buying food § Includes laws, standards, regulations, and resources 51

Appendix E: Resources Look here first for many useful resources! 52 Appendix E: Resources Look here first for many useful resources! 52

Appendix E: Resources § Quick Web Site and Phone Number Guide § How to Appendix E: Resources § Quick Web Site and Phone Number Guide § How to Order Publications § FNS Useful Resources § NFSMI Publications § USDA Useful Resources § Other Federal Resources § Food Safety Resources 53

Sources of Information § Healthy School Meals Resource Systems (HSMRS) § Food and Nutrition Sources of Information § Healthy School Meals Resource Systems (HSMRS) § Food and Nutrition Information Center, National Agricultural Library (FNIC) § Team Nutrition § National Food Service Management Institute (NFSMI) § Food Distribution 54

More Sources of Information § Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) § Center for Nutrition Policy More Sources of Information § Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) § Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP) § Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) § Nutrient Database for Standard Reference 55

Even More Sources of Information! § Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) Even More Sources of Information! § Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) § Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) § Federal Register § Food and Drug Administration (FDA) § United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) § Food Safety Resources 56

NFSMI Publications and Training Materials § First Choice and Choice Plus § Guide for NFSMI Publications and Training Materials § First Choice and Choice Plus § Guide for Purchasing Food Service Equipment § The New Design Handbook for School Food Service 57

FNS Publications and Training Materials § § Menu Planning Recipes Nutrition Guidance for CNP FNS Publications and Training Materials § § Menu Planning Recipes Nutrition Guidance for CNP Improving the School Nutrition Environment § Procurement § Cooking § Description of Programs 58

Food and Nutrition Service Regional Offices List of USDA Regional Offices: § Addresses § Food and Nutrition Service Regional Offices List of USDA Regional Offices: § Addresses § Phone Numbers § States Represented Working with State agencies to support YOU in your IMPORTANT WORK! 59

Index of Foods A quick, easy way to find the foods you are looking Index of Foods A quick, easy way to find the foods you are looking for in the Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs 60

This training was conducted by the National Food Service Management Institute The University of This training was conducted by the National Food Service Management Institute The University of Mississippi www. nfsmi. org 800 -321 -3054 61

National Food Service Management Institute The University of Mississippi § Mission: To provide information National Food Service Management Institute The University of Mississippi § Mission: To provide information and services that promote the continuous improvement of child nutrition programs § Vision: To be the leader in providing education, research, and resources to promote excellence in child nutrition programs 62