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SNS - Definitions 2
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Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Guidelines published by the U.S.D.A and Health and Human services every five years that provide evidence-based reccomendations to help individuals select foods that provide optimal nutrition and build healthy eating patterns.
Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI)
Guidelines for nutrient intake(s) needed for planning and assessing diets of healthy people
the process of establishing children's categorical eligibility for benefits by obtaining documentation directly from the sate or local agencies confirming that the children are from households currently receiving SNAP, TANF, or FCPIR benefits.
items of cost that can be specifically identified (food and paper supplies and equipment maintenance).
single-service items made from paper, plastic, and other products.
information provided as a part of a formalized bid process that describes the size and requirements of the school district.
revenue generated by producing goods and services sold (school foodservice and book store; sometimes referred to as a proprietary fund)
entitlement USDA foods
see USDA Foods
the costs incurred for food, supplies, services, etc.
a popular free social networking website that allows registered users to create profiles.
federal reimbursement (rate)
subsidy established annually for school meals/snacks meeting federal requirements.
a kitchen that receives partially prepared foods that need heating, finishing off, or reconstituting before serving.
fiscal year (FY)
the 12-month period used for accounting purposes
fixed cost (FC)
costs that remain relatively constant or the same during for a given period of time regardless of the number served.
in bid purchasing, the price quoted for a period of time as part of a contractual agreement.
fixed price with escalator or market-based clauses
used mostly with perishable products allowing for long-term contracts on items that otherwise required frequent bidding
FNS certificate program
a component of the professional standards requiremetns under the Healhty Hunger-Free Kids act of 2010
the immune system's response to an allergen resulting in the release of histamine and other chemicals in the body.
protecting food from intentional contamination with intent of harm or death.
a branch under USDA that provides regulations and guidance materials for the nutrition programs.
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