This policy establishes the Healthy Procurement program, which includes a set of nutrition standards for adult meal provider contracts, food concessions, and vending machine contracts the city enters into.
See references to "adult meal provider" and "adult meal provider contract," which refer to providers who provide meals at no cost to persons over 60. § 2-798. Furthermore, nutrition standards are based on the adult component of the child and adult care food program. § 2-800.
See references to "conform to or exceed the nutrition standards" and "nutrition standards set forth in the American Heart Association Healthy Workplace Food and Beverage Toolkit." §§ 2-800(a) and 2-801(a).
The City Manager will only enter into contracts that meet the nutritional standards set forth in this ordinance for adult meal provider contracts, food concessions, and vending machine contracts. § 2-799.
The city manager is explicitly authorized to ensure compliance with city-organized meals or events. § 2-801(b). Compliance with the rest of the policy is implied to be the city manager on behalf of the city. § 2-799(b) and (d).
This policy is located in Miami Gardens, Florida Code of Ordinances, Chapter 2 - Administration, Article IX - Purchasing, Division 4.3 - Healthy Procurement. History: Ord. No. 2018-15-396, § 2, 7-26-2018.
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