CACFP Resources

CACFP Nutrition Resources

Healthy eating and happy children are why the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) continues to help us serve our communities. If your child care center, senior care center, or adult daycare is a member of the Child and Adult Care Food Program, it’s important you follow all the nutrition standards for the meals and snacks you provide. Below is a list of free nutrition resources our team has put together for you.

Nutrition Links

Does your breakfast cereal meet the new meal pattern requirements? Find out with this interactive web tool!

Beginning October 1, 2017, all breakfast cereals need to have 6 grams of sugar per dry ounce or less. Our list of hundreds of breakfast cereals was checked for sugar content and whole grain-rich status. Or use our interactive calculator to see if your cereal meets the requirements!

We’ve analyzed hundreds of breakfast cereals to determine if they are credible and if they are whole grain-rich!

Beginning October 1, 2017, all cereals needs to have 6 grams of sugar per ounce or less.

**Disclaimer: the nutrition information for these lists was compiled using available information from manufacturer websites. Partners in Quality Care has published these lists as a resource and is not liable for any errors. CACFP operators are encouraged to use the original package labels.

Don't see your cereal on our list? Contact us and we can add it OR use our interactive cereal calculator with the nutrition facts panel to determine if your cereal meets the requirements.

Does your yogurt meet the new meal pattern requirements? Find out with this interactive web tool!

Beginning October 1, 2017, all yogurt needs to have 23 grams of sugar per 6 ounce or less. Use our interactive calculator to see if your yogurt meets the requirements!

We’ve analyzed hundreds of yogurts and brands for crediting on the new meal pattern requirement. Check out our lists of yogurt—organized by brand.

Beginning October 1, 2017, all yogurts needs to have 23 grams of sugar per 6 ounces or less.

**Disclaimer: the nutrition information for these lists was compiled using available information from manufacturer websites. Partners in Quality Care has published these lists as a resource and is not liable for any errors. CACFP operators are encouraged to use the original package labels.

Don't see your yogurt on our list? Contact us, and we can add it OR use our interactive yogurt calculator with the nutrition facts panel to determine if your cereal meets the requirements.