CN Labeling Program:
The USDA, Child Nutrition (CN) Labeling Program provides food manufacturers the option to include a standardized food crediting statement on their product label. Labels must be authorized by USDA, FNS prior to use and manufacturers must have quality control procedures and inspection oversight that meet the FNS requirements. Products produced in accordance with the CN Labeling Program are generally purchased by foodservice providers for FNS meal programs.
For more information on CN lables contact the below address, phone numbers or click this link https://www.fns.usda.gov/cn/labeling-program to visit their site.
Child Nutrition Labeling Program Operations Office
USDA, AMS, FV, PPBStop 0247, Room 0710-S
1400 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC 20250
Fax: (202) 690-3824
Below is the START of a CN label page! This is a very dynamic data base we are building; it is constantly being updated.
BEFORE serving a processed food, you must have a CN label for it. You can first check here to see if we have the CN label. It is a creditable food item that you can serve if it is listed.
If you have a CN label that you would like listed, you can submit it to us for review. If you have a processed food you would like to serve and the CN label is not listed here, let us know and we will research it for you.
Please email us if you have any questions or suggestion on how to better serve you. Send all questions, comments, inquiries, and submittals to email@example.com addressed to Attn: Alix.
All Serving sizes are the minimum serving sizes to meet CACFP requirement of a creditable product (i.e. Meat/Meat Alt, Whole Grain)
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