Deped school canteen guidelines


Jul 10, 2017 · TACLOBAN CITY -- School influence on children is elemental to personal development, the reason the Regional Technical Working Group (RTWG) on nutrition in Region 8 passed a resolution endorsing the Department of Education's (DepED) "Policy and Guidelines on Healthy Food and Beverage Choices in Schools and in DepEd Offices" to the Regional Nutrition Council (RNC), for adoption and support among ... Based on DepEd Order No.08 series of 2007 or the “Revised Implementing Guidelines on the Operation and Management of School Canteens in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools,” only “nutrient-rich foods and fortified food products labeled rich in protein, energy, vitamins and minerals shall be sold in school canteens” and that the “sale of carbonated drinks, sugar-based synthetic or ... Jul 10, 2017 · TACLOBAN CITY -- School influence on children is elemental to personal development, the reason the Regional Technical Working Group (RTWG) on nutrition in Region 8 passed a resolution endorsing the Department of Education's (DepED) "Policy and Guidelines on Healthy Food and Beverage Choices in Schools and in DepEd Offices" to the Regional Nutrition Council (RNC), for adoption and support among ... Jun 03, 2019 · Under Department Order 13 or the Policy and Guidelines on Healthy Food and Beverage Choices in Schools, healthy food and beverage choices should be made available to learners and DepEd personnel. To prepare for the school opening, the Department of Health (DOH) in Region IV-A, included the school canteen chefs and managers in their workshop on proper nutrition and diet at Selah Garden Hotel in Pasay City over the weekend. Mar 28, 2017 · The Department of Education (DepEd) has released an order, dated March 17 and signed by Education Secretary Leonor Briones, that details new guidelines for public school canteens, which private schools are encouraged to adopt. The reason behind the order cites the latest National Nutrition Survey from 2014 where 29.1% of children aged 5 to 10 years old are underweight, 29.9% are stunted, 9.1% are overweight, and 8.6% has low weight for his height.