Health committee, the municipal education bureau, the city of shenzhen market supervision bureau issued the “guidelines for shenzhen atterngted to production and distribution activities implementation plan” (hereinafter referred to as the “implementation plan”), from this year, shenzhen will be in the dining room, nutrition health district pilot construction and catering information platform to realize the intelligent monitoring of primary and middle school students, to ensure every student to eat nutrition and health.
What are the characteristics of the implementation plan?
To achieve good nutrition on the tip of the tongue
What new initiatives will be introduced?
Dairy drinks are not allowed
Implement the reduction of salt, oil and sugar
According to the statistics of Shenzhen Health Commission, the physical examination results of nearly 1.4 million primary and middle school students in Shenzhen in the 2018-2019 academic year showed that the malnutrition rate was 9.74%, the overweight rate was 12.31%, the obesity rate was 8.42%, and the anemia rate was 3.23%. The health problems closely related to nutrition have become the main health problems of primary and middle school students in Shenzhen, which need to be improved urgently.
“Implementation Plan” requirements, nutrition and health canteen food for each meal should include grain potato, vegetables and fruits, fish and poultry meat and eggs, milk beans and nuts and other four types of food in three or more, to provide pure milk, low sugar yogurt and other dairy products, do not use milk drinks.
Reporters learned that the canteen to implement salt, oil and sugar reduction measures, regularly publicize the amount of salt, oil and sugar and per capita daily or meal intake. Gradually achieve a daily limit of 5 grams of salt per person, 25-30 grams of cooking oil, and 25 grams of added sugar per person.
Food with high oil, high fat and high sugar, such as potato chips, French fries, cakes, spicy dry tofu, and sugary drinks (milk tea, fruit juice, carbonated drinks, dairy drinks, etc.) are not allowed to be sold in the canteen.
Develop a nutrition improvement plan for students
Provide personalized nutritious meals
On October 29 last year, the 45th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Sixth Shenzhen Municipal People’s Congress voted to pass the “Health Regulations of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone” (hereinafter referred to as “Health Regulations”). As the first local health regulation in China, the Health Regulations came into effect this year.
According to the health regulations, the municipal health department should work with market supervision and education departments to set nutritional food standards for students and infants.
It is worth noting that the nutrition health canteen will also cooperate with the school and the professional sector for overweight students nutrition related diseases such as obesity, malnutrition, anemia, develop students’ nutrition improvement plan, to provide personalized meals for the different needs of students, and set up the special recipe, to power the overweight and obese students reasonable meals, selective provided to promote growth, protect eyesight, improve anemia and other special topic recipe for students to choose from.
“Intelligent supervisors” are on duty
The catering system ‘scores’ recipes in real time
In fact, in May last year, Shenzhen has officially released the implementation of the “Guidelines for Nutrition Catering for Primary and Middle School Students” (hereinafter referred to as the “Guidelines”).
According to the guidelines, those involved in student food should receive training in proper meal preparation and food safety, and school canTEEN or food providers should have full-time or part-time nutrition professionals.
The “implementation plan” also reiterated that in the future, employees should “hold a certificate to mount a post”.
For this reason, Shenzhen has developed the first phase of nutrition and health training course for employees and students. New employees in each unit need to complete online training and obtain a certificate before they can take up their posts. If the original employees fail to obtain the certificate, they should relearn the training course until they pass the examination.
In order to better help schools and enterprises to ensure that students eat nutritious food and improve the nutritional knowledge of employees, Shenzhen has also developed a catering information platform for primary and secondary school students.
According to Xiong Jingfan, head of obesity and metabolic disease prevention and control department of Shenzhen Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Center, the platform can realize the functions of supervision, nutrition allocation, meal evaluation and guidance training. The system can automatically calculate the nutritional amount of each meal, and can also supervise whether students’ meals are reduced in salt, sugar and oil.