Provides nutrition standards for regulated child care facilities; adopts state standards by reference but also encourages avoidance of sugary snacks and drinks unless the drinks contain real fruit or vegetable juice.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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Children (sec. 16.55).
Promote good eating habits; section is called "Nutrition." (Sec. 16.55.220(A)).
The purpose of the Anchorage Child Care Licensing Code is to establish and maintain standard levels of child care services and to provide and promote early educational opportunities offered to children in child care facilities. The standards and procedures in this chapter are intended to reduce predictable risk of harm to children, to improve quality of care, and to provide support services to those providing care for children. Sec. 16.55.010(B).
Implementation responsibilities include: cordinating and developing policies, programs, and planning related to licensure and operation of regulated child care programs; rulemaking; and entering into contracts and agreements necessary to carry out the functions, powers, and duties (sec. 16.55.015 (2-4).
A civil fine of up to $1,000, Sec. 16.55.070(B).
Part of Part I, Charter; Title 16, Health; Chapter 16.55, Anchorage Child Care Licensing Code. History: AO No. 2016-82 , § 1, 8-9-16.
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