Establishes food service requirements for child care facilities. The requirements include compliance with the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) rules and regulations regardless of whether the provider receives reimbursement from the program; service of low-fat or non-fat milk; requirements for food brought from home; menu planning; snacks; and food safety and handling. Also requires child care facilities to provide a nutritious meal if children don't receive breakfast or lunch at home.
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The Article focuses on children and child care settings. § 7-7.01.
Refers to food and nutrition (§ 7-7.01) and "healthy food choices." § 7-7.01(f).
The Article includes this language: "It is the intent of the Board of County Commissioners to adopt such minimum standards as are necessary to protect persons in or attending child care facilities or other types of child care arrangements in Broward County." § 7-2.
Implementation of the licensing process is addressed in §7-11.05.
A penalty process including the issuance of violations, administrative fines, and disciplinary actions is outlined in §§ 7-11.11-13.
Chapter 7 (Child Care); Article I (Licensure of Child Care Facilitates). Ordinances: Ord. No. 2004-02, § 1, 2-10-04; Ord. No. 2014-28, § 5, 9-9-14.