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SNS - Definitions
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Non-Surplus Commodities PL 129
National School Lunch Act - President Truman
Child Nutrition Act
Summer Food Service Program
Summer Food Service Program
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program
CACFP Supper Program
Child and Adult Care Food Program
a la carte
Food items that are priced and sold separately from a reimbursable meal.
system of measuring, communicating, and interpreting financial activity.
the amount owed creditors for goods and services (food and supplies and unpaid payroll). "Prepaid" student tickets may be considered accounts payable.
The amounts that is owed the foodservice program for food and services rendered (federal reimbursement and contract meals).
a system of accounting in which revenues are recorded in the period earned and expenses are recorded in the period they occur.
A unified accountability system to ensure consistency and improve efficiency of the auditing process.
After School Snacks Program (ASSP)
Offered under the NSLP to students after the school day.
Bid that is awarded as a category or group of categories (milk and other dairy products to one vendor, bakery bread items to one bakery, canned and frozen foods to one vendor, etc)
Substance that causes and allergic reaction
allowable fund balance
a phrase referring to a federal regulation that limits a school district's net cash resources or fund balance. The limitation is to an amount that does not exceed three months of operation.
severe, life-threatening allergic reaction.
annual household meal application
refers to the application for school meal benefits.
value of items owned by the foodservice operation or company.
descriptor of students from needy family households.
the system used to evaluate a child nutrition program's compliance with laws and regulations.
Commodities (USDA Foods)
Agricultural food items made available by the USDA to schools under the NSLP
Commodity Letter of Credit (CLOC)
alternative to the USDA Foods; the school district receives vouchers worth established amounts for a category of food. Once the school districts purchase the category of food (beef for example), the voucher cashes out. Only a few school districts qualify.
Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
a method of approving students for free meal benefits based on at least 40 percent of students in a school or school district qualifying for free meals through direct certification. All students receive meals free but nonfederal funds pay the difference in federal assistance received.
any food sold at school that is in competition with the NSLP or SBP
Conflict of Interest
when the buyer has a personal interest in the company selected for bid award
contribution margin (CM)
the percent of revenue used to pay the fixed costs.
convenience foodservice system
using a maximum amount of processed foods from partially prepared to fully prepared at another site and requires minimal preparation on site where served.
conventional food production system
preparation of food at school where served using a combination of fresh ingredients and convenience foods
food is prepared, chilled or frozen, and reheated and served at a later time.
Coordinated review effort (CRE)
the accountability system used by government agencies to conduct administrative reviews of local program sponsors to ensure that the NSLP reguations are carried out properly.
a written contract where the fee for service is added to the price the vendor paid for the product plus freight
Critical Control Point (CCP)
the point in the flow of food when an action may be taken that may prevent or eliminate a food safety hazard.
set of menus that repeat
data-driven decision making
decisions made using data to support
foodservice administration is done by each school. This may include menu planning and purchasing.
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