We post a list of all children enrolled who have allergies and religious dietary restrictions and what those are in the cooking and serving areas, in each play area or play room and in any other area children may be.
Child care centres must provide a prepared lunch for every child one year or older who is present at meal time, unless otherwise approved by a ministry director in the case of kindergarten groups or older. Children receiving care for six hours or more, must be given two snacks in addition to any meals. All meals, snacks, and beverages provided must meet requirements set out in Health Canada documents “Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide”, “Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide – First Nations, Inuit, and Metis” or “Nutrition for Healthy Term Infants” where applicable.
Source: Canada, G. (2017, September 1). Nutrition. Retrieved October 19, 2020, from https://www.earlyyears.edu.gov.on.ca/EYPortal/en/ChildCareLicensing/CCEYALicensingStandards/Nutrition/index.htm
“Playdays is a Nut Free facility”