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True or false. Substituting cow’s milk for breast milk or iron-fortified formula to infants under the age of one is only creditable when supported by a medical statement signed by a licensed physician or a State recognized medical authority.
True or false. When a breastfeeding mother comes to the child care center or home and breastfeeds her baby on site, providers may claim the meal for reimbursement.
Fruit and vegetable juices are credible and can be served to infants 6- to 11-months of age.
What are the age groups that determine the meal patterns and serving sizes for infants participating in the CACFP?
Which infant age group requires only breast milk or iron-fortified formula for a reimbursable CACFP meal?
When should you introduce solid foods to an infant?
True or false. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends introducing foods with multiple ingredients to infants as soon as you begin giving them solid foods.
True or false. You must obtain a medical statement for an infant that has a medical or dietary problem that requires an infant formula that does not meet the required standard of an iron-fortified formula.
True or false. You may have one menu for several infants only if all infants are offered the same food items in the same quantities.
Store-bought low-fat, reduced-fat, and whole milk yogurts are NOT creditable under the infant meal pattern for babies 6 through 11 months.