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CACFP Infant Nutrition Resources

Forms and resources for Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and National School Lunch Program sponsors serving infant meals in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) child nutrition programs.

Forms

Sample forms that can be used to record meals and document special meals served to infants in the USDA child nutrition programs.

Meal Record for Infants (DOC)

Individual Infant Meal Record (DOC)

Individual Infant Meal Record with Meal Pattern (DOC)

Medical Statement to Request Special Meals and/or Accommodations (DOC)
CNP 925 - This form is used by parents/guardians to have a medical authority prescribe special meals, or accommodations during meals, which are necessary because of a disability or medical reason.
Available Translations of the Medical Statement to Request Special Meals and/or Accommodations

Parent's/Guardian's Form for Declining a Provider's Formula (DOC)
Available Translations of the Form for Declining a Provider's Formula

Parent's/Guardian's Form for Declining a Provider's Food (DOC)
Available Translations of the Form for Declining a Provider's Food

Parent's/Guardian's Form for Declining a Provider's Food - Older Children (DOC)
Available Translations of the Form for Declining a Provider's Food - Older Children

Parent's/Guardian's Form for Declining Participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (DOC)
Available Translations of the Form for Declining Participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program

Guidance

Information including manuals, management bulletins, guidance from the USDA, and links to other Web sites.

Reimbursable Commercially Prepared Infant Foods (DOC)

Infant Meal Pattern for all Child Nutrition Programs
Requirements of the USDA for serving reimbursable meals to infants.

USDA CACFP Policies and Resources External link opens in new window or tab.
USDA regulations, guidance, and resources for the CACFP.

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