37.75.403 RECIPES REQUIRED
(1) All program providers or centers must maintain documentation as to the creditability of baked goods as a bread/bread alternate.
(2) Each day care center or day care home shall maintain documentation of bread/bread alternate ingredients. Documentation may include a recipe, food label, or child nutrition (CN) label for the food item. This documentation is to be used to assess whether the primary ingredient (by weight) of the item is whole-grain and/or enriched flour and therefore creditable as a bread/bread alternate.
(3) Examples of recipes/food labels that should be kept on file include but are not limited to the following:
(a) banana/carrot/zucchini bread;
(d) gingerbread; and
(e) granola bars.
(4) It is the responsibility of the provider or center to ensure that all items claimed as bread/bread alternates meet the criteria listed in the grains/breads section of "Crediting Foods in Child and Adult Care Food Program." The August 2001 edition of "Crediting Foods in the Child and Adult Care Food Program" is hereby adopted and incorporated by this reference. A copy of the grains/breads section of "Crediting Foods in Child and Adult Care Food Program" is available from the Department of Public Health and Human Services, Human and Community Services Division, 111 N. Jackson, P.O. Box 202925, Helena, MT 59620-2925.
History: 52-2-704, MCA; IMP, 52-2-704, MCA; NEW, 2003 MAR p. 981, Eff. 5/9/03.