Adheres to all food storage, preparation and handling requirements (including those for breast milk) as outlined by the applicable regulatory agencies and programs
Maintains a list of children with food allergies and dietary restrictions, and consults this list when planning meals, menus or cooking projects
Does not serve foods that can be a choking hazard (i.e., pretzels, hot dogs sliced into rounds, raw carrots, etc.)
Cuts food into small pieces appropriate for each child's age and ability to chew
Makes sure that children sit or are held to be fed. Does not allow children to eat lying down, in cribs, or while walking, running, or riding in vehicles. Does not use bottle props.