Additional restrictions on vending machine

 

Additional restrictions

Max. calories from fat, saturated fat, and sugar by weight

Restrictions on beverages sold in vending machines

Restrictions on access to vending machines

Notes

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School administrators are prohibited from signing food and beverage contracts that include the sale of sugared, carbonated beverages and all other foods of minimal nutritional value on elementary, middle and junior high school campuses.

35%, 10%, 35%

No fruit/vegetable drinks containing less than 100% juice for Elementary Schools and less than 50% juice for Middle and Junior High Schools; Whole milk (4% milk fat); flavored or regular Caffeine/Energy drinks; Sports drinks, Electrolyte-Replacement drinks for Elementary Schools only; Carbonated beverages.

N/A

The Arizona Nutrition Standards, released in January 2006, go into great detail and cannot be fully summarized in a chart. The standards may be found at http://www.ade.state.az.us/health-safety/cnp/HB2544/ArizonaNutritionStandards.pdf.

Prohibits access to in-school vending machines offering food and beverages. Students will not be served, have access to, or be awarded with competitive foods or FMNVs. Only food items that are part of the school’s meal will be sold in the cafeteria. School food service departments may not sell or give extra serving of desserts, french fries, or ice cream.

N/A

Prohibits in-school access to vending machines offering foods and beverages.

Prohibits access to in-school vending machines offering foods and beverages.

None



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