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* 1. Name (First & Last):

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* 2. Agency Name & Site Name:

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* 3. Email Address:

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* 4. What training did you complete?

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* 5. To be creditable as a grain/bread item, the food item must contain no less than how many grams of flour?

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* 6. Which of the following CACFP manuals should be used to find out if a food item is “creditable?”

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* 7. What is the sugar limit for breakfast cereals?

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* 8. Which of the following will not be found on a Child Nutrition (CN) label?

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* 9. What is the sugar limit for yogurt?

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* 10. Serving sizes for grain/bread items are largely determined by the _____ of the food item.

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* 11. Foods that may be counted toward meeting the meal pattern requirements for a reimbursable meal are called what?

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* 12. Both lunch and supper must contain a serving of unflavored (for children ages 1-5) skim or 1% fluid milk (1-year olds must have unflavored whole milk):

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* 13. All CACFP records must be maintained on file for how long after they are filed?

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* 14. True or False: Home canned fruit or vegetable products are not allowed for service in the CACFP for health and safety reasons.

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* 15. Non-Creditable foods are those foods that do not count toward meeting the meal pattern requirements. Nevertheless,:

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* 16. The product label for grain/bread items must indicate that the item is:

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* 17. True or False: If a child is not disabled, and the parent requests that menu substitutions be made for religious reasons, the agency is required to make the substitution to the standard meal pattern.

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* 18. Cooked, dried beans or peas may be credited as:

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* 19. True or False: The CN Labeling Program is a voluntary Federal labeling program for the Child Nutrition Programs.

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* 20. Which of the following is not an example of a creditable meat/meat alternate?

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* 21. Which of the following “sweet” grains would be allowed in the CACFP (based on the Grains and Breads chart)?

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* 22. How many ounces of yogurt must be served to contribute one ounce of meat alternate to the meal pattern requirements?

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* 23. For children ages 2 and older, what two types of milk may be served? (Remember that it must be unflavored for children ages 5 years and under.)

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* 24. True or False: At least one grain per day (across all menus) must be considered whole-grain rich. However, if the center only serves meals that do not require a grain (such as after school programs that only offer snack), a whole-grain item is not required to meet this requirement. However, if a grain is served, it must be a whole grain rich item.

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