Paid services are provided

Remuneration for services

Kaunas City Municipality Council of 2016 March 15 by Decision No. T-113 replaced by Kaunas City Municipality Council in 2012 of 23 February 2002 T-83ON THE AMENDMENT OF THE AMOUNT OF REMUNERATION FOR CHILDREN LEARNED BY PROFESSIONAL AND / OR PRIMARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE DESCRIPTION AND PAYMENT PROCEDURE

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1. This Description regulates the amount of remuneration for the maintenance of the children educated in the schools of Kaunas City Municipality according to the pre-school and / or pre-primary education programs, the application of the preferences and the submission of the necessary documents, the payment of remuneration.

2. The description is prepared in accordance with the Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania, the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Social Assistance to Poor People, and other legal acts.

3. Remuneration for the maintenance of children under pre-primary and / or pre-primary education programs (hereinafter referred to as "salary") shall consist of a salary for meals and remuneration for the following conditions: \ t

3.1. catering charge - food costs (including value added tax) paid to parents (guardians) whose children are educated according to pre-school and / or pre-primary education programs;

3.2. salary for satisfying educational conditions - for school maintenance purposes, incl. y. Educational facilities, general education, property acquisition, employee wages, paid by parents (guardians) whose children are educated according to the pre-school curriculum.

II. DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF REMUNERATION

4. Parents (guardians) of children educated under pre-school and / or pre-school programs pay 100 percent of the daily rate of meals provided by the Kaunas City Municipality Council for meals for each unauthorized day of attendance and unaccompanied child.

5. Parents (guardians) of children under pre-school and / or pre-school programs have the right to choose the number of meals according to the number of hours a child spends at school or to refuse meals if the child spends at school up to 4 hours. during the day.

6. Parents (guardians) of children educated under the pre-school curriculum pay a fee of EUR 0.58 for meeting the educational conditions for each unaccompanied day of attendance and absence.

III. APPLICATION OF REDEMPTION BENEFITS AND PRESENT DOCUMENTS

7. Remuneration is not paid by the parents (guardians) who receive a social benefit if they submit an application and the responsible school employee confirms this by extracting the database of the Support System of the Social Support Division of Kaunas City Municipality Administration. The responsible school employee monitors the allocation / non-allocation of social benefits to individuals once a quarter. Having identified inconsistencies between the data provided by the Social Assistance Department and the parents (guardians), the school, taking into account the latest information provided by the Social Assistance Department, decides on the recalculation and / or termination of the benefit granted to the parents / guardians.

8. Parents / guardians are not paid if the child does not attend school in the following cases:

8.1. for a child's illness, upon presentation of a certificate;

8.2. Parental / guardian during annual leave upon request and workplace certificate;

8.3. at least one week (June to August) at the request of the child during the summer vacation;

8.4. a mother / carer during pregnancy and childbirth leave upon request and a copy of the medical institution certificate;

8.5. parental leave (parental) leave or downtime, upon request and workplace certificate;

8.6. if the parents (guardians) work on a variable work schedule, upon presentation of work schedules and certificates from the workplace;

8.7. due to extreme events or at 20ºC cold and lower air temperature;

8.8. when a school or group is closed for repairs, quarantine, after an epidemic;

8.9. in case of a family disaster (death of a relative, etc.) for a maximum of three days.

9. At the request of the parents / guardians, the amount of the salary shall be reduced by 50 per cent if:

9.1. the child has only one parent (one parent dead, not specified in the childbirth certificate, recognized as missing by the court, unknown where he is, incapacitated or punished in prison, one of the parents being temporarily or indefinitely restricted by the government) upon presentation of supporting documents;

9.2. parents raise three and more children and children with a family composition document;

9.3. the average monthly income per parent member of the parent (guardian) of the pre-school child and the family members of the co-resident family during the previous 3 months (less than one month), with supporting documents;

9.4. temporary or permanent custody of the child;

9.5. disability, significant developmental disorders (cerebral palsy, behavioral and emotional disorders, blindness or disability up to 0.3, deafness or hearing loss 41 dB, complex disorders), child with epilepsy, polio, diabetes, autism, mentally retarded;

9.6. one of the parents carries out the actual military service upon presentation of an affidavit;

9.7. the child grows up in a family of pupils or students, where one of the parents is studying under a full-time or part-time professional bachelor, bachelor's, master's degree program, providing certificates of continuing science in February and September.

10. Parents / guardians are subject to only one benefit, which parents (guardians) must choose and indicate in their application.

11. Parents (guardians) shall provide the documents required to obtain the benefit of the salary, together with the application for the benefit, at the time the child is taken to the group or when circumstances change. They are responsible for the correctness of the documents submitted. If the parents (guardians) do not submit the required documents on time, the salary is calculated according to the general procedure.

12. Parents (guardians) whose child is in pre-school age shall be appropriately reduced when the child is provided free meals according to the procedure established by Kaunas City Municipality Council.
13. Remuneration may be paid as a non-monetary social benefit or child benefit in accordance with the procedure established by the Kaunas City Municipality Council.

IV. PAYMENT OF REMUNERATION

14. Salary is calculated for the current month.
15. Remuneration is paid monthly and must be paid by the 23rd of the current month.
16. If, for an unjustified reason, the salary is not paid for more than two months, the school head shall have the right to remove the child from the list, but not earlier than 15 days after the child's parents / guardians have been informed in writing of such decision..
17. Remuneration debts from parents (guardians) shall be recovered in the manner prescribed by legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.
 
V. UTILIZATION OF ACCOUNTING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION CONDITIONS AND ACCOUNTABILITY
18. The question of the use of funds for the satisfaction of education conditions is considered by the school council. Once approved by the school council, the funds are used by the school head's decision.
19. Once every four years, the school principal reports to the parents (guardians) of the funds received and the use thereof for the satisfaction of the education conditions. The reports shall indicate the amount and purpose of the expenditure. Reports are presented at each school board meeting, published in each group space, and also posted on the school's website.
This decision comes into force on 2016 April 1st.


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FOOD SERVICES

Revised Kaunas City Municipality Council 2014 November 6 by Decision No. T-611

Following the Law on Local Self-Government of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 1994,
No. 55-1049; 2008, no. 113-4290, no. 137-5379; 2009, no. 77-3165; 2010, no. 25-1177
No. 51-2480), Article 6 (10), Article 16 (2), point 37, Article 18 (1),
The Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 1991, No 23-593; 2003, No 63-2853;
No. 103-3755) Article 36 (8) and (10), Article 60 (1) (15), Lithuanian Hygiene

norms HN 75: 2010 "Institution which carries out pre-school and / or pre-primary education.
General Health Safety Requirements ”approved by the Republic of Lithuania for Health Care
Minister of Education April 22 by Order no. V-313 (Official Gazette, 2010, No 50-2454), paragraph 91, Kaunas
City Municipality Council no
1. To approve the daily rate for children at each visit and
unregulated unjustified day in pre-school establishments of educational institutions established by Kaunas City Municipality
in pre-school groups:
1.1. 1.1. nursery group children: breakfast - 1.65 Lt, lunch - 2.95 Lt, lunch or
afternoons - 0,85 Lt, dinner - 1,65 Lt, nightclubs - 0,7 Lt;
1.1. nursery children:
Breakfast - $ 1.65 (€ 0.48)
Lunch - 2,95 Lt (0,85 Eur),
Lunch or Dinner - $ 0.85 (€ 0.25)
dinner - $ 1.65 (€ 0.48)
Nightclubs - LTL 0.7 (EUR 0.2).
1.2. For kindergarten and pre-school children: breakfast - LTL 1.8, lunch - LTL 3.38,
Lunch or dinner - LTL 1.05, dinner - LTL 1.8, nightclubs - LTL 0.7.

1.2. For kindergarten and preschool groups:
Breakfast - LTL 1.8 (EUR 0.52)
Lunch - 3.38 Lt (0.98 Eur),
Lunch or Dinner - $ 1.05 (€ 0.3)
dinner - LTL 1.8 (EUR 0.52)
Nightclubs - LTL 0.7 (EUR 0.2).

2. Allow the Directors of Educational Institutions to set meals with the approval of the Councils of Institutions
taking into account the duration of the activities of the groups of the institution.

3. Allow parents to write to the director of the educational institution upon written request:
3.1. Choose the number of meals for a minimum of one month and pay a fee based on the number of hours a child spends in the institution, provided that the child is fed every 3.5-4 hours;
3.2. To refuse catering services if the child spends less than 4 hours in the educational institution. during the day.

OTHER SERVICES
The group educators discuss and organize the organizing of tours, theaters and other events with their parents at meetings, paying for the parents for organizing additional activities for children.
GERB. PARENTS,

According to the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania November 11 Order no. Amendments to V-964 on the Approval of the Description of the Order of Organization of Catering for Preschool Education, General Education in Schools and Child Social Care Institutions,

we inform you that weekly menus are published in the information system of “Our darling”. Parents can see this information when they sign in to the system.

Director

 

 

 

OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH IN THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA "ON THE APPROVAL OF THE PROCEDURE FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION, GENERAL EDUCATION AND SCHOOL SOCIAL GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS" November 11 No. V-964

 

Consolidated Version from 01/01/2016

Order published: 2011, no. 140-6573, i. k. 1112250ISAK000V-964


MINISTRY OF HEALTH PROTECTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA

ORDER

ON THE APPROVAL OF THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION, GENERAL EDUCATION AND SOCIAL GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS OF CHILDREN \ t

2011 November 11 No. V-964

Vilnius

Pursuant to Paragraph 2 of Article 9 of the Law on Food of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 2000, No. 32-893; 2002, No. 64-2574) and in order to ensure healthy nutrition for children in preschool education, general education schools and children's social care institutions:

1. I approve the Description of the Order of Catering Organization for Preschool Education, General Education in Schools and Child Social Care Institutions (attached).

2. I declare invalid:

2.1. Lithuanian Hygiene Standards HN 124: 2009 "Children's Social Care Institutions: General Health Safety Requirements", approved by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania, 2009. September 1 by Order no. V-714 “On Approval of Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 124: 2009“ Children's Social Care Institutions: General Health Safety Requirements ”(Official Gazette, 2009, No. 107-4494), 4.5, 4.9, 4.20, 4.28, 42, 43, 96, 97;

2.2. Lithuanian Hygiene Standards HN 75: 2010 “Institution that carries out pre-school and / or pre-primary education. General Health Safety Requirements ”, approved by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania in 2010. April 22 by Order no. V-313 “On the Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 75: 2010“ Institution that carries out pre-school and / or pre-primary education program. General Health Safety Requirements 'Approval' (Official Gazette, 2010, No 50-2454), 4.11, 4.12, 87-92 and Annex 2;

2.3. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania July 19 Order Nr. V-645 “Approval of Description of Procedure for Organization of Catering for Students in General Education” (Official Gazette, 2010, No. 89-4735).

3. 3. I declare that this Order comes into force on 2012. July 1

4. I delegate enforcement of the order to the Deputy Minister in the area of administration.

MINIMUM HEALTH PROTECTION RAIMOND SUKYS

APPROVED

the Republic of Lithuania

Minister of Health

2011 November 11 by Order no. V-964

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION, GENERAL EDUCATION AND CHILD SOCIAL GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS OF POWER ORGANIZATION \ t

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1. The description of the organization of catering organization in pre-school education, general education schools and child social care institution (hereinafter - the Description of Procedure) establishes the requirements for the feeding of children in pre-school education, general education schools (hereinafter referred to as schools), in families and in children's social care institutions.

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2. Institution or owner of the organization of catering in accordance with this Description of Procedure in VET schools carrying out initial vocational training, the rights and duties of the owner of non-formal education in schools and in formal education (eg music, arts, sports schools, etc.) decides independently and informs the State Food and Veterinary Service about a positive decision.

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3. The purpose of this Procedure Description is to create conditions for health-friendly children's nutrition, to ensure the best food safety and quality, to meet the physiological needs of children's nutrients, and to develop healthy eating skills.

4. The requirements of the Procedure Description shall be binding on the institutions or owners implementing the rights and duties of the School and Children Social Care Institutions, managers, legal and natural persons providing children's food or food supply services in Schools and children's social care institutions, as well as in the authorities exercising competence control. The organization of catering in personal health care institutions (hospitals, rehabilitation centers), where the education of children is carried out, is not subject to the requirements of the Procedure Description.

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II. REFERENCES

5. This Procedure Specification contains references to the following legal acts:

5.1. Government of the Republic of Lithuania May 7 Decree no. 544 "On the list of areas of work and activities authorized to work for workers only after having pre-screened and subsequently periodically inspecting for infectious diseases and the procedure for health surveillance of such workers" (Official Gazette, 1999, No 41-1294; No. 73-3127);

5.2. Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania July 1 Order Nr. 288 "On the Adoption of Mandatory Quality Requirements for Cocoa and Chocolate Products" (Official Gazette, 1999, No. 60-1964);

5.3. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania November 25 Order Nr. 510 "On Approval of Recommended Daily Nutrients and Energy Norms" (Official Gazette, 1999, No. 102-2936);

5.4. Law on Product Safety of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 1999, No 52-1673; 2001, No 64-2324);

5.5. Law on Food of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 2000, No. 32-893; 2005, No. 142-5107);

5.6. 2002 January 28 Regulation (EC) 178/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety (OJ 2004 Special Edition, Chapter 15, Volume 6, p. 463);

5.7. 2002 April 12 Government of the Republic of Lithuania Resolution no. 519 on the approval of the state strategic waste management plan (Official Gazette, 2002, No 40-1499; 2007, No. 122-5003);

5.8. Law on Public Health Care of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 2002, No. 56-2225);

5.9. Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 1991, No. 23-593; 2003, No. 63-2853; 2011, No. 38-1804);

5.10. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania July 23 Order Nr. V-455 “On Approval of Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 24: 2003“ Requirements for Safety and Quality of Drinking Water ”(Official Gazette, 2003, No. 79-3606);

5.11. The Director of the State Food and Veterinary Service December 15 Order Nr. B1-955 “On Approval of Requirements for Issue of Declaration of Conformity for Fresh Fruit, Vegetables, Berries and Potatoes Produced in the Republic of Lithuania” (Official Gazette, 2004, No. 3-21);

5.12. 2004 April 29 Parliament and of the Council of. 852/2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs (OJ 2004 Special Edition, Chapter 13, Volume 34, p. 319);

5.13. 2004 April 29 Parliament and of the Council of. Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (OJ 2004 Special Edition, Chapter 3, Volume 45, p. 14);

5.14. 2004 April 29 Parliament and of the Council of. Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and welfare rules (OJ 2004 Special Edition, Chapter 3, Volume 45, p. 200);

5.15. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania September 1 Order Nr. V-675 on Approval of Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 15: 2005 “Food Hygiene” (Official Gazette, 2005, No. 110-4023);

5.16. Law on Social Services of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 2006, No. 17-589);

5.17. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania March 9 Order Nr. V-168 "On Approval of Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 26: 2006" Microbiological Criteria for Food Products "(Official Gazette, 2006, No. 31-1096);

5.18. Law on Social Assistance to Pupils of the Republic of Lithuania (Official Gazette, 2006, No 73-2755; 2008, No 63-2382; 2009, No 153-6886);

5.19. 2013 December 17 Parliament and of the Council of. Amending Regulation (EEC) No 1308/2013 establishing a common organization of the markets in agricultural products (EEC) No 922/72, 234/79, (EC) Nr. 1037/2001 and (EC) No 1037/2001 1234/2007 (OJ 2013 L 347, p. 671).

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5.20. Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania November 29 Order Nr. 3D-524 on Exceptional Agricultural and Food Products (Official Gazette, 2007, No 126-5142);

5.21. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania December 29 Order Nr. V-1090 "On the Approval of Recommended Daily Food Norms for Persons under Social Care" (Official Gazette, 2008, No. 4-152);

5.22. 2008 July 10 Commission Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 laying down detailed \ t Amending Regulation (EC) No 657/2008 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No Rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 as regards Community aid for supplying milk and certain milk products to pupils in educational establishments (OJ 2008 L 183, p. 17);

5.23. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania September 15 Order Nr. V-884 "On the Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 54: 2008" Foodstuffs. Maximum permissible levels for the approval of contaminants and pesticide residues' (Official Gazette, 2008, No 109-4175);

5.24. Director of the State Food and Veterinary Service of the Republic of Lithuania October 15 Order Nr. B1-527 "On Approval of Requirements for the Approval and Registration of Food Handling Entities" (Official Gazette, 2008, No. 123-4693);

5.25. Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania January 12 Order Nr. 3D-13 "On the Approval of the Technical Regulation for the Characterization, Production and Presentation of Non-Alcoholic Drinks and Drinks" (Official Gazette, 2009, No. 7-252);

5.26. 2009 April 7 Commission Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 laying down detailed \ t Amending Regulation (EC) No 288/2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 on Community aid for the supply of fruit and vegetables, processed fruit and vegetables and banana products to children in educational establishments in the framework of the School Fruit Scheme (OJ 2009 L 94, p. 38);

5.27. Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania July 15 Order Nr. 3D-488 on the Approval of the Rules for the Verification of Compliance with the Marketing Standards for Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Imported, Exported and Delivered to the Internal Market (Official Gazette, 2009, No. 84-3548);

5.28. Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 124: 2014 "Children's Social Care Institutions: General Health Safety Requirements", approved by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania, 2009. September 1 by Order no. V-714 “On Approval of Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 124: 2014“ Children's Social Care Institutions: General Health Safety Requirements ”;

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5.29. 2008 December 16 Parliament and of the Council of. (1) Council Regulation (EC) No 1333/2008 on food additives, OJ 2008 L 354, p. March 31 By Commission Regulation (EU) No… /…. 2015/537 (OJ 2015 L 88, p. 1).

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5.30. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania April 22 Order Nr. V-313 “On the Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 75: 2010“ Institution that carries out pre-school and / or pre-primary education program. General Health Safety Requirements 'Approval' (Official Gazette, 2010, No 50-2454);

5.31. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania July 19 Order Nr. V-640 on the Approval of the List of Recommended Food Defrosting, Primary and Heat Treatment Losses (Official Gazette, 2010, No. 89-4733);

5.32. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania October 4 Order Nr. V-877 "List of products required for breakfast, lunch and dinner production by age group approval" (Official Gazette, 2010, No 120-6147);

5.33. Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania May 2 Order Nr. V-417 “On Approval of Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 16: 2006“ Special Requirements for Health Safety of Materials and Products for Food Contact ”(Official Gazette, 2011, No. 54-2620).

5.34. The list of criteria for food products that can be labeled "Keyhole" is approved by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania in 2014. January 22 by Order no. V-50 "Food Labeling Symbol" Key Hole.

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III. DEFINITIONS AND DEFINITIONS

III. DEFINITIONS AND DEFINITIONS

6. In this Procedure Description, the following terms and definitions are used:

Mechanically separated meat - means the product obtained by the mechanical removal of meat from the boning of the meat obtained from the boning of the meat or from the carcasses of the poultry, where the muscle fiber structure is disrupted or altered [5.13].

Adapted catering such nutrition, which provides for the specific nutritional and energy needs of the child / person, determined by the tolerance of the food, the way it is produced, the consistency of the food or the person's nutritional needs (allergies to certain foods, digestive system disease or remission); and eating regimen, and is written by a physician.

Warm food food served as a hot dish is kept at a temperature of at least + 68 ° C until served.

Sustainable dish warm food made in a nutritious way: boiled in water or steam, stewed, made in a convection oven.

Snack food or dish not included in the lunch menu.

The menu a list of daily food and meals served.

6.1. Other concepts correspond to the concepts used in other legal acts.

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IV. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN'S POWER ORGANIZATION

7. The institution or owner (hereinafter referred to as the Owner), who implements the rights and duties of the school or child social care institution owner, is responsible for creating conditions for the organization of children's feeding [5.9, 5.16].

8. The Head of the School and Children's Social Care Institution (hereinafter - the Head) is responsible for the organization of children's catering and the implementation of the provisions of this Procedure Description.

9. The supply of food products, the installation of food handling facilities and the handling of food shall comply with the requirements of legal acts [5.6, 5.12, 5.13, 5.15, 5.24, 5.28].

10. If the Owner or a person authorized by him / her concludes a contract for provision of children's catering services in Schools or children's social care institutions (hereinafter referred to as the Agreement), the contract shall provide for responsibility for ensuring the hygiene requirements of the catering organization premises. Contracts are not entered into the list of "dishonest food handling companies" published on the website of the State Food and Veterinary Service, included in the food service providers and food suppliers. The food service provider must provide meals for all children wishing to receive this service. Contracts signed prior to the entry into force of this Procedure Description shall be reviewed and, if necessary, amended to meet the requirements of this Procedure Description from the effective date of this Procedure Description.

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10.1. If the Owner or a person authorized by him / her concludes a contract for the supply of food to schools or social welfare institutions (hereinafter referred to as the Food Supply Contract), the Food Supply Agreement shall provide for the supply of food which does not comply with the requirements of the Procedure. Before signing the Food Supply Agreement, it is recommended to make a list of foods with the specific names of the food products supplied, the composition of the foods, the net quantity of the prepackage.

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11. Fruit, vegetables, berries, potatoes may be purchased from natural persons who must comply with the requirements of the Director of the State Food and Veterinary Service [5.11] and issue a declaration of conformity in accordance with the order of the Minister of Agriculture [5.27]. Point 3 of the Declaration of Conformity does not need to be filled in if the products are not sorted by classes. These requirements do not apply if the School, or the social welfare institution itself, is producing fruit, vegetables, berries and potatoes, but all fruits, berries, vegetables, potatoes for food must meet quality and safety requirements [5.12, 5.15, 5.17, 5.23, 5.33] .

12. The service provider is responsible for compliance with the provisions of this Procedure Description [5.1, 5.4, 5.6, 5.7, 5.12, 5.15, 5.17, 5.23, 5.24, 5.33].

13. Children's meals shall be organized in canteens and other child-friendly rooms or places in accordance with established food safety and food management requirements [5.12, 5.15, 5.17, 5.23, 5.24, 5.33] and shall allow each child to eat at a clean table.

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14. Children need to get warm food in schools and child social care institutions.

15. The preparation of food and the variety of meals must be in accordance with the recommendations of the age and health of children (www.smlpc.lt/metodine_medžiaga).

16. Breakfast should be 20-25% for breakfast, 30-40% for lunch, 10-15% for lunch or lunch. (both meals can be organized, then their total calorific value should be 10-15%), for dinner - 20-25%. the recommended daily diet [5.3] calorific value, if such meals are provided in menus.

17. The following groups of foods shall not be allowed to be fed to schools in schools: potatoes, corn or other crisps, other cooked, roasted or cracked products; candy; chocolate and chocolate products; confectionery with glaze, putty, chocolate or cream; salted products (containing more than 1 g / 100 g of salt; more than 1,7 g per 100 g of cheese and meat products); food and chewing gum with food additives (appendix 3 to this Procedure); beverages containing more than 5 g of added sugar per 100 g; carbonated drinks; energy drinks; beverages and foodstuffs made from (or containing) coffee beans or an extract thereof; chicory, deep or grain beverages (coffee substitutes); smallpox; broth, sauce concentrates; Kipper; preserved meat and fish products (they are allowed in general educational establishments during summer camps or food packages at home); non-industrial preserved products; clams; mechanically separated meat and meat products; offal and articles thereof (excluding tongues and livers); food supplements; foods produced from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or foods containing GMOs; foods containing partially hydrogenated vegetable fats; foods not complying with the quality requirements set out in Annex 4 to this Procedure [5.2, 5.13, 5.25, 5.29].

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18. For food supply for children in social care institutions, food groups are prohibited: salt products (containing more than 1 g / 100 g of salt; in cheese and meat products - more than 1,7 g / 100 g); food and chewing gum with food additives (appendix 3 to this Procedure); beverages containing more than 5 g of added sugar per 100 g; energy drinks; mechanically separated meat and meat products; foods produced from GMOs or foods containing GMOs; foods containing partially hydrogenated vegetable fats; foods not complying with the quality requirements set out in Annex 4 to this Procedure [5.13, 5.25, 5.29].

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19. The following foods are recommended for feeding to children: vegetables, potatoes, fruits, berries and their dishes, juices other than citrus fruits and grapes (preferably freshly squeezed); cereals (bread products, grits) and pulses; milk and milk products (tanned milk products, non-tanned after tanning); lean meat, lean meat products (not frozen); fish and fish products (not frozen); oil (less consumption of animal fats: oily meat and meat products must be replaced by lean meat, poultry, fish or leguminous vegetables; animal fats and margarine are replaced with oils where possible); eggs; drinking water and natural mineral and spring water (non-carbonated). It is recommended that food products be supplied from organic farms or producers of exceptional quality products labeled with the "Key Hole" symbol [5.20, 5.34].

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20. Cooking and serving requirements:

20.1 The food served shall be produced and served on the same calendar day. Frozen semi-finished food or chilled food is served within 24 hours as a hot meal in general education schools, where kitchens only have the option of warming up food;

20.2. the food served must be of high quality, diverse and meet safety requirements [5.12, 5.15, 5.17, 5.23, 5.24, 5.33].

20.3. preference is given to nutrition-friendly ways of making meals;

20.4. Spice mixtures containing food additives must not be used in the manufacture of food [5.29];

20.5. Minimum salt and sugar (no more than 1 g / 100 g of salt, no more than 5 g of added sugar / 100 g of sugar) should be used in the production of food;

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20.6. smoked meat products are supplied no more than once a week;

20.7. if minced meat or fish are used for cooking, and the kitchen has the ability to grind it, it must be ground on the cooking day;

20.8. Every day you have to be served with vegetables and fruits, recommended for seasonal, fresh. It is recommended that the fruit be supplied with a separate meal.

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20.9. the same dish should not be served more than once a week, except for drinks and snacks (the requirement does not apply to customized meal menus);

20.10. a hot meal should be made of high protein products (meat, poultry, fish, eggs, legumes, milk and dairy products) and carbohydrate-containing products. Vegetables or fruits or their salads must be served with a hot meal;

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20.11. no salt, pepper or mustard should be placed on the tables during meals;

20.12. if tea is provided, it must be possible to drink unsweetened tea;

20.13. milk and other drinks are not cold for children, recommended temperature is not lower than 15oC;

20.14. It is recommended to change the dishes according to the seasonality (eg cabbage soup in fresh cabbage soup, beetroot soup in cold casseroles, etc.).

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21. Hygienic conditions for free drinking of drinking water should be provided in schools, families or social care institutions (recommended, room temperature, eg, drinking water containers, containers, vending machines, etc.) even if children are not heated [5.10] . It is recommended that children have access to hot boiled drinking water. Pre-school schools for drinking water must use personal or disposable cups, goblets or bottles.

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22. It is forbidden to use worn-out, cracked, broken edges and aluminum tools and utensils.

23. The following shall be displayed in a prominent place in the canteen or other room of a school and children's social care institution, in which children are fed:

23.1. current week menus (for meals only), except for preschool schools where weekly menus are published in the admission room for children;

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23.2. a pyramid of food choice or other information that promotes a healthy diet;

23.3. Free telephone line for the State Food and Veterinary Service (call on catering arrangements), except for pre-school schools where this information is published in the Children's Admission Room.

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23.4. The description of the procedure and the menus must be published on the school's website if it is available.

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24. The Manager or his authorized representative shall be responsible for the publication of the information listed in paragraph 23 of this Procedure.

25. Schools are recommended to participate in the following EU-funded programs:

25.1. Dairy Products for Children's Educational and Educational Institutions in Milk for Children [5.19, 5.22];

25.2. in the School Fruit Scheme [5.26].

26. In the case of adults fed by the School, they shall not present in the School any food or meals that do not comply with the requirements of this Procedure during feeding.

27. Schools may not advertise foods listed in item 17 of this Procedure.

V. ORGANIZATION OF CHILDREN'S POWER IN SCHOOL EDUCATION SCHOOLS

28. Organization of meals for children under 1 year of age:

28.1. Children under the age of 1 are catered for by individual menus written in agreement with their parents / guardians on a monthly basis according to the doctor's recommendations. The menu must include the feeding hours of each child, breast milk or infant formulas, and the quantities of other foods;

28.2. A nutrition sheet for each child must be completed and kept in the group, indicating the quantity of each type of food consumed immediately after feeding;

28.3. Dry mixtures are stored under the conditions specified by the manufacturer;

28.4. Dry mixes are prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions in the kitchenette of the group immediately before meals;

28.5. Breast milk must be brought in fresh or frozen single-serving meals in clean containers:

28.5.1. breast milk is fed for that day and stored in the refrigerator at 4 to 5 oC and frozen breast milk is stored in the freezer at minus 18 oC;

28.5.2. the kitchenette of the group must have a refrigerating unit ensuring the storage conditions of the breast milk as defined in point 28.5.1;

28.5.3. Frozen breast milk is thawed in a warm water bath or baby food heater in a kitchenette at 37 oC. It is forbidden to heat the breast milk in a microwave or in a boiling water bath. Thawed milk should not be re-frozen;

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28.5.4. the amount of milk heaters in the kitchenette must provide meals for children fed with breast milk;

28.5.5. dishes containing the mother's milk must be labeled with the date, time and name of the child;

28.6. It is forbidden to feed children in the previous feeding with unused breast milk or infant formula. Unused milk should be discarded;

28.7. after use, milk-based infant formulas for infants must be washed and dried in the kitchen of the group [5.30];

28.8. other special foods for infants must be stored and prepared under the conditions specified by the manufacturer and served to children according to menus.

29. 1-7 years old Ages:

29.1. children should be fed at least every 3.5 hours. by menu;

29.2. separate menus are created for crèches (according to the recommended daily nutrient levels for children 1-3) and kindergarten (according to the recommended daily nutrient standards for children aged 4-7). If the pre-school educational establishment consists of mixed groups, the menus can only be drawn up in 4-7 years. recommended daily nutrient levels for children [5.3];

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29.3. according to the doctor's written instructions (Form No. 027-1 / a) adapted nutrition should be organized.

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VI. ORGANIZING CHILDREN'S POWER IN GENERAL EDUCATION SCHOOLS

30. In mainstream schools, lunch should be organized daily, allowing children to eat warm food.

31. Dinner dishes should be served according to the menu. It is recommended to choose from several hot lunch dishes and several side dishes.

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32. The menus must be drawn up according to the age of the pupils in general education. There are two age groups (pupils aged 6-10 and 11 and older). In the absence of access to menus for both age groups, one menu per physiological needs of pupils aged 11 and over, except primary schools, is created.

33. In the afternoon, one of the hot meals served (except for the mainstream schools where food is delivered to the thermos) must be a sustainable dish. In the menus, this dish is labeled "Sustainable". If only one hot lunch is served at lunch, at least half of the hot lunch included in the lunch menu (15 days) must be a savory meal.

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34. General education schools may also include:

34.1. additional student meals (breakfast, dinner, dinner);

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34.2. freely choose cold and / or warm snacks.

35. If additional catering for pupils from low-income families or pupils living in dormitories of general education schools is organized, a supplemental catering menu shall be provided. Pupils living in dormitories in general education schools and who have given the doctor written instructions (Form 027-1 / a) must be provided with adapted catering [5.18].

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36. If there is a free choice of snacks in the mainstream school, they must be served on a list of snacks. The list of snacks must include the name of the food or foodstuff, the manufacturer and the ingredients indicated on the label or in the recipes for the manufacturing process.

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VII. ORGANIZATION OF CHILDREN'S FOOD IN SOCIAL GLOBAL BODIES

37. The provision of food, the provision of food handling facilities and the handling of food in the general food-handling premises of children's social care facilities, except for the family, the foster home and the day-care centers for children with disabilities, food-producing kitchens in individual kitchens must comply with the requirements of law [5.15]. . In the kitchens of day-care centers for families, nursing homes for children and disabled children, where there is no general food-processing facility, food is handled in accordance with general hygiene principles.

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38. Organization of meals for children under 1 year of age:

38.1. Children under the age of 1 are fed according to individual menus made monthly according to the doctor's recommendations. The menu should include the feeding hours of each child, the milk formula for infants, and the quantities of other foods;

38.2. A nutrition sheet for each child must be completed and kept in the group, indicating the quantity of each type of food consumed immediately after feeding;

38.3. Dry mixes are prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions in the kitchen immediately before meals;

38.4. It is forbidden for infants to feed their infants with unused milk. Unused milk should be discarded;

38.5. Other special foods for infants must be stored and prepared under the conditions specified by the manufacturer and served to children according to menus.

39. Organization of meals for children aged 1 to 18:

39.1. Children are fed at least every 3.5 to 4 hours;

39.2. Children are fed on menus in children's social care institutions. The menus must be drawn up according to the age of the children under guardianship. The following age groups are distinguished: children 1-3, 4-6, 7-14 and 15-18;

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39.3. Dietary supplements or nutritional supplements can be given on the recommendation of a physician (in writing) according to the age of the children;

39.4. According to the doctor's written instructions (Form No. 027-1 / a) adapted nutrition should be organized.

VIII. REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN'S POWER SUPPLY

VIII. REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN'S POWER SUPPLY

40. Children's catering menus shall be drawn up taking into account the recommended daily energy and nutrient standards for children and the duration of the child's stay at school or in a social care institution for children. The daily energy and nutritional value of menus can deviate from the norm by up to ten percent, and the average of the energy and nutritional deviation of 15 days (10 days in social care institutions) is up to five percent.

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41. In schools, menus shall be drawn up for a period of at least 15 days, for children in social care institutions, for a period of 10 working days (menus shall not be used for holidays and rest days, catering shall be organized with the participation of children).

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42. In general education school menus, the quantity (g) of each dish must be indicated. The descriptions of the recipes and production of the dishes indicated in the menus must include the food products used, their composition, gross and net amounts (g), method of production (boiling in water or steam, baking etc.) [5.31].

43. Pre-school schools, general education schools where pupils live in dormitories and children's social care institutions, menus include breakfast, lunch, dinner (lunch), dinner (g), nutrition (protein, fat, diet, etc.). carbohydrates (g) and energy (kcal) as well as average daily nutrients (proteins, fats, carbohydrates (g) and energy (kcal). In schools participating in the Milk for Children program and / or the School Fruit Scheme The food descriptions in the menus and the technological descriptions of their production must include the foods used, their composition, gross and net amounts (g), method of production (boiling in water or steam, baking, etc.) and duration. [5.31].

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44. Catering menus for children from 1 to 18 years of age (optional):

44.1. according to examples of recipes given on the website (www.smlpc.lt/lt/mityba_ir_physical_activity/mityba);

44.2. sets of recipes for recipes prepared by legal or natural persons and agreed with the Ministry of Health (the collection shall contain the letter of approval of the Ministry of Health) or combinations of the recipes provided in Sub-paragraph 44.1 of this Procedure;

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44.3. self-catering service provider in accordance with the requirements of this Procedure Description;

44.4. according to the doctor's recommendations (adapted nutrition).

45. The menus shall be coordinated in accordance with the procedure established by the State Food and Veterinary Service.

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48. The school's public health care specialist (in his absence - another person authorized by the Manager) shall supervise, in accordance with his competence, that the feeding of children is organized in accordance with the requirements of the Procedure Description. Once a week, this specialist completes the Checklist for Compliance with Menu and Child Catering (Appendix 2 to the Procedure), has identified inconsistencies, registers them in the Checklist for Catering for Children and Catering, immediately informs the food service provider in writing, provides a copy of the notification to the Manager, and notifies the Service Provider. State Food and Veterinary Service. The provider of the catering service is responsible for the immediate elimination of the deficiencies in the organization of catering for children. In schools where catering is provided by the school itself, there is no need to fill in the Checklist for Matching Menu and Child Catering [5.4, 5.8].

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Power Organization Preschool

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Procedure for Social Care Institutions

Annex 2

 

CHECKLIST OF CHECKING CHILDREN AND CHILDREN'S POWER SUPPLY

 

Date

Result of verification

(match / discrepancy description)

Suggestions for correcting discrepancies

Term for rectification

(date, hours)
Completed

(date, hours)

V., surname, signature

           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

 

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LIST OF FOOD ADDITIVES WHICH MUST NOT BE ADDED TO FOODS FOR CHILDREN

 

1. Dyes:

1.1. E 102 tartrazine;

1.2. E 104 quinoline yellow;

1.3. E 110 sunset yellow FCF, orange yellow S;

1.4. E 120 cochineal, carminic acid, carmin;

1.5. E 122 azorubin, carmosine;

1.6. E 123 Amaranth;

1.7. E 124 ponso 4R, cochineal red A;

1.8. E 127 erythrosine;

1.9. E 128 red 2G;

1.10. E 129 alura red AC;

1.11. E 131 patented blue V;

1.12. E 132 indigotine, indigo carmine;

1.13. E 133 brilliant blue FCF;

1.14. E 142 green S;

1.15. E 151 brilliant black BN, black PN;

1.16. E 155 brown HT;

1.17. E 180 Litholubin BC.


2. Preservatives:

2.1. E 200 sorbic acid;

2.2. E 202 potassium sorbate;

2.3. E 203 calcium sorbate;

2.4. E 210 benzoic acid;

2.5. E 211 sodium benzoate;

2.6. E 212 potassium benzoate;

2.7. E 213 calcium benzoate.

 

3. Sweeteners:

3.1. E 950 acesulfame K;

3.2. E 951 aspartame;

3.3. E 952 cyclamate;

3.4. E 954 saccharin;

3.5. E 955 sucralose;

3.6. E 957 thaumatin;

3.7. E 959 neohesperidine DC;

3.8. E 962 salt of aspartame-acesulfame.

 

4. Flavor and flavor enhancers:

4.1. E 620 glutamic acid;

4.2. E 621 monosodium glutamate;

4.3. E 622 monocall glutamate;

4.4. E 623 calcium glutamate;

4.5. E 624 monoammonium glutamate;

4.6. E 625 magnesium glutamate;

4.7. E 626 guanilic acid;

4.8. E 627 disodium guanilate;

4.9. E 628 dicall guanilate;

4.10. E 629 calcium guanilate;

4.11. E 630 inosinic acid;

4.12. E 631 disodium inosinate;

4.13. E 632 dicalium inosinate;

4.14. E 633 calcium inosinate;

4.15. E 634 calcium 5 'ribonucleotides;

4.16. E 635 disodium 5 'ribonucleotides.

 

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QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR FOODSTUFFS SUPPLIED FOR CHILDREN

1. Fresh fruit and vegetables shall comply with the marketing standards for fresh fruit and vegetables placed on the market in 2011; June 7 Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 Amending Regulation (EU) No 543/2011 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No \ t Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 applies to fruit and vegetables and processed fruit and vegetables (OJ 2011 L 157, p. 1).

2. Potatoes must meet the quality requirements for Class I potatoes laid down in the Food Quality Requirements approved by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania, 2002. May 23 by Order no. 193 "On Approval of Quality Requirements for Food Potatoes".

3. Meat products must comply with the Technical Regulation on Meat Products approved by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania on 15 April 2015; February 9 by Order no. 3D-78 on the Approval of the Technical Regulation for Meat Products and the Minister of Agriculture of 2003 December 29 Order no. 3D-560 reverses the quality requirements for premium meat products.

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4. Olive oil must comply with the requirements of the \ t January 13 Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 29/2012 on standards for the marketing of olive oil (OJ 2012 L 12, p. 14).

5. Fishery products must comply with the health standards laid down in the 2004 Regulations. April 29 Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (OJ 2004 Special Edition, Chapter 3, Volume 45, p. 14); January 11 By Commission Regulation (EU) No… /…. 16/2012 (OJ 2012 L 8, p. 29).

6. The fermented dairy products shall comply with the quality requirements for fermented milk products approved by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania of 2005. July 8 by Order no. 3D-335 on Approval of Quality Requirements for Soured Milk Products and Revocation of Certain Orders of the Minister of Agriculture.

7. The curd and curd products must meet the quality requirements for curd and curd products approved by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania of 2002. December 11 by Order no. 488 "On the approval of quality requirements for curd and curd products".

8. The cheeses must comply with the description of the Quality Requirements for Cheeses approved by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania in 2008. June 13 by Order no. 3D-335 "On the Approval of the Description of the Quality Requirements for Cheeses and on the Amendment of Certain Orders of the Minister of Agriculture regarding Mandatory Quality Requirements".

9. Melted cheeses must meet the quality requirements for melted cheeses laid down in the technical regulations for melted cheeses, approved by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania on 29 May 1999. May 20 by Order no. 210 on the approval of minimum quality requirements.

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