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Signage

Overview

Signage must be posted in a visible area near the meal service line that shows students how to select a reimbursable meal. Signage must also include the required wording to select at least 1/2 cup of fruit, vegetable, or a combination. It is not required for field trips, Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC), or other venues where signage may be problematic. However, other methods should be used to inform students of their choices for the meal.

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction developed a series of reimbursable meal posters. The posters may be printed in a variety of sizes depending on your needs and printing capabilities. It is recommended that after printing, the posters are laminated or covered with a dry-erase film. This allows you to update the daily menu with dry-erase markers. Learn more about reimbursable meal signage.

Signage with Components

Build a Healthy Lunch Poster

Offer versus Serve

 

No Offer versus Serve

Breakfast 8" x 11.5"

Offer versus Serve Signage with Components

Breakfast and Lunch Signage with Menu Items

Breakfast and Lunch Signage

Offer versus Serve

8.5" x 11" - English (Spanish)
12" x 17" - English (Spanish)
24" x 36" - English (Spanish)
 

No Offer versus Serve

8.5" x 11" - English (Spanish)
12" x 17" - English (Spanish)
24" x 36" - English (Spanish)
 

Print copies of the 12” x 17” Offer versus Serve menu signage are available through the Wisconsin Team Nutrition Resource Order Form.

Customizable Breakfast and Lunch Signage using Menu Items

customization lunch signage

Offer versus Serve

 

No Offer versus Serve

 

Customizable Breakfast Signage using Menu Items

Build a Healthy Lunch Poster

Offer versus Serve

Breakfast

Salad Bar Signage

MyPlate

MyPlate

The food components on the sample signage above are colored to correspond with the food groups seen on MyPlate. Schools are encouraged to display the MyPlate logo throughout the kitchen and cafeteria.

 

Additional Signage Resources