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DepEd Ruling on the Food

Product Categorization for


School Canteens
24 October 2019

Neil B. Evangelista, RND


DepEd CALABARZON
Presentation Outline

1 Bureau of Learner Support Services- School Health


Division

2 DepEd Organizational Structure

3 DepEd Order 13, s. 2017: Policy and Guidelines on


Healthy Food and Beverage Choices in Schools and
DepEd Offices

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 2
Bureau of Learner Support Services

• Formulates the national framework for


BLSS OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
learner support services and develop Provides competent, innovative and efficient guidance, direction,
and management of BLSS Programs and Projects for DepEd
policies and standards of programs and Offices and partners
projects for the holistic development of
learners, aligned with the K-12
Curriculum SCHOOL
HEALTH
YOUTH
FORMATION
SCHOOL
SPORTS
DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION
Improvement of Character Development of
• 3 KRAs: school health, youth learner readiness formation and mental discipline,
in terms of preparation of the psychomotor skills
formation, and after school sports physical health youth towards and social values
development and proper leadership roles through after-
nourishment and civic service school sports
programs

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 3
Organizational Structure
Attached Agencies:
• Philippine High School for the Arts
• National Book Development Board
• National Council for Children’s Television
• National Museum
• Early Childhood Care and Development Council

Coordinating Councils Office of the Secretary


Central
• Teacher Education Council
• Literacy Coordinating Council
• Adopt-a-School Program Coordinating Council

Office

Bureau
Bureau of Learner
of Learner
Support
Support Services
Services

Regional
• • School
SchoolHealth
HealthDivision
Division
Regional • • School
SchoolSports
SportsDivision
Division

Offices
• • Youth
YouthFormation
FormationDivision
Division
Offices Bureau of Learner
Support Services
Schools
Schools •School Health Division
Division
Division •School Sports Division
Offices
Offices
•Youth Formation Division
Regional Offices

Schools Division Offices

Schools
Schools
Schools/ Learning Centers

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 4
Organizational Structure
Attached Agencies:
• Philippine High School for the Arts
• National Book Development Board
• National Council for Children’s Television
• National Museum OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
• Early Childhood Care and Development Council

Central
Coordinating Councils
• Teacher Education Council
• Literacy Coordinating Council

Office
• Adopt-a-School Program Coordinating Council

Bureau of Learner
Support Services (BLSS)
• School Health Division
• Youth Formation Division

Regional
Offices

BLSS- School Sports


Schools Division

Division
Offices

Regional Offices

Schools Division Offices

Schools Schools/ Learning Centers

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 5
Organizational Structure
Office of the Regional
Director

Central
Office Office of the Assistant
Regional Director

Regional
Offices
Education
Support Services
Division

Education Support Services Division


Schools
Division
Schools Division Offices
Offices

Schools/ Learning Centers

Schools

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 6
Organizational Structure
Office of the Schools Division Superintendent

Office of the Assistant Schools Division


Central Superintendent
Office

Regional • Education Facilities Section


Offices
• School Health Section
School
School Governance and Operations
Governance and Operations Division
Division

Schools
Division
Offices
• Education Facilities Section
• School Health Section

Schools/ Learning Centers


Schools

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 7
Organizational Structure

PRINCIPAL
Central PRINCIPAL
Office

Regional
Offices

Schools
Division
Offices
Learners
Learners

Schools Public Elementary School Public Secondary School

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 8
Structure and Functions
Head Functions
Central Policy Formulation, Standards Setting,
Office Secretary
Resource Generation

Regional Regional Enforcement of Standards, Monitoring and


Offices
Director Evaluation, Quality Assurance

Schools
Division
Schools Division Instructional Leadership, Administrative Support
Offices Superintendent to Schools, Local Resource Generation

Schools Principal Direct Delivery of Quality Education

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 9
Structure in Program Implementation
Implementing Units Program Implementers
Central Bureau of Learner Support Services- National Program
Office
School Health Division Coordinator

Regional Regional Program


Offices Education Support Services Division
Coordinator

Schools
Division
School Governance Division Program
Offices and Operations Division Coordinator

Designated Teacher-
Schools Office of the School Head/ Principal Coordinator(s)
Teacher(s) of Relevant Subject Area(s)

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 10
School Health Division Key Areas

Nutrition Support to Healthy School Environment Medical/Dental Health


Learners and Health Education Management
• School-Based Feeding Program (1) Substance Use Prevention (2) Medical/Nursing Service (5a)
• Gulayan sa Paaralan Program • National Preventive Drug Education • Integrated Helmith Control Program
• Nutrition Support Programs Program (IHCP)
• Comprehensive Tobacco Control
- Nutritional Assessment • School-Based Immunization Program
Program
- Food Safety • Learner Health Appraisal System
- Regulation of Healthy Food Choices WaSH in Schools (WinS) (3)
(LHAS)
in Schools • TB Prevention & Control Program
- National Salt Iodization Program • Basic Life Support
(NSIP) Adolescent Reproductive Health
- Nutrition Education Education (4) Dental Health Service (5b)
• School Based HIV and AIDS Education
• School Dental Health Care Program
(SDHCP)
Policy/Advocacy on:
• Health-Promoting Schools
• Oral Health Care Program- Bright
• Toxic-Free Schools Smiles, Bright Future (BSBF)
• Rabies Prevention and Control
Mental Health and Psychosocial
Support Program (MHPSS) (6)

(#) – Flagship programs DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 11


DO No. 13, s. 2017

Title: Policy and Guidelines on Healthy


Food and Beverage Choices in Schools
and DepEd Offices

Issued: March 14, 2017

Purpose: Promotion and development of


healthy eating habits among the youth and
DepEd employees by making available
healthy, nutritious, and affordable menu
choices, and for setting food standards

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 12
Policy Objectives

• Make available healthier food and beverage choices among learners


and DepEd personnel and their stakeholders;
• Introduce a system of categorizing locally available food and drinks in
accordance with geographical, cultural, and religious orientations;
• Provide guidance in evaluating and categorizing food and drinks
• Provide guidance in the selling and marketing of food and beverages
in schools and DepEd offices, including the purchasing of food for
school feeding

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 13
Three Reinforcing Strategies

Set food standards

Increase availability and


accessibility of healthy and
safe foods

Regulating the sale and


marketing of unhealthy foods

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 14
Strategy # 1: Food Standards

• Healthy menu per school


Set food standards
• Food and beverage choices adherent
to the requirements of a “healthy diet”

• Evaluation of food products:


Increase availability and
accessibility of healthy and 1. Red Category
safe foods 2. Yellow Category
3. Green Category

Regulating the sale and • Follow Pinggang Pinoy


marketing of unhealthy foods

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 15
Food Categories

RED CATEGORY
• Item must not be in the healthy menu
• Should not be sold in the canteen
YELLOW CATEGORY
• May be served once or twice a week only
• should be less prominent in the canteen menu
GREEN CATEGORY
• Food should be included in the healthy menu
• For selling everyday

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 16
Food Categories

RED CATEGORY
• Item must not be in the healthy menu
• Should not be sold in the canteen
YELLOW CATEGORY
• May be served once or twice a week only
• should be less prominent in the canteen menu
GREEN CATEGORY
• Food should be included in the healthy menu
• For selling everyday

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 17
Food Categories

RED CATEGORY
• Item must not be in the healthy menu
• Should not be sold in the canteen
YELLOW CATEGORY
• May be served once or twice a week only
• should be less prominent in the canteen menu
GREEN CATEGORY
• Food should be included in the healthy menu
• For selling everyday

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 18
Food Categories

_
> 5 grams 0.01 > 20 grams > 200 mg

3-5 grams 0 10-20 grams 120-200 mg

< 3 grams 0 < 10 grams < 120 mg

Saturated Trans Fat Sugar/ Sodium


Fat Total Carb*
*If no dietary fiber

FOR FOOD PRODUCTS WITH NUTRITION FACTS


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 19
Food Categories

Contain high amounts of saturated fat or transfat or sugar or salt: Drinks : Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, sports waters/
drinks, powdered juice drinks, energy drinks, any product containing caffeine (for school canteens), any processed fruit/ vegetable
juice with added sugar of more than 20 grams, etc. | Go : Jelly, ice crushes, ice cream, chocolates, candies, lollipops, instant noodles,
heavily-salted snacks, etc. | Grow : Chiharon, chicken skin, bacon, etc. | Glow : Sweetened/ deep-fried fruits and vegetables

Contain some nutrients but at the same time also contain large amounts of saturated fat and/or transfat and/or
sugar and/or salt | Drinks : 100% fruit juices | Go : Fried rice, bread (white refined flour), biscuits, banana cue, camote cue, turon,
maruya, pancakes, waffles, champorado, pancit, arroz caldo, sandwiches, butter, margarine, mayonnaise | Grow : Processed foods
such as meats/ fish, hotdogs, sausage, burger (subject to evaluation of saturated or transfat and sodium) | Glow : Stir-fried vegetables

Contain wide range of nutrients and are generally low in saturated fat and transfat, sugar, and salt | Drinks : Milk,
safe and clean water, fresh buko water (unsweetened) | Go : Milled rice, brown rice, corn, oatmeal, whole wheat bread, cassava,
boiled kamote, boiled saging na saba, corn, binatog, boiled peanuts, puto, suman | Grow : Fishes, shellfish, small shrimps, lean
meats, chicken w/ skin, egg, nuts | Glow : Fresh fruits (preferably those in season), green, leafy and yellow vegetables

FOR FOOD PRODUCTS


WITHOUT NUTRITION FACTS

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 20
Food Categories
GREEN YELLOW RED
Fat or Oil Less than 1/2 1/2 to 1 teaspoon/ More than 1
Used/Added teaspoon/serving serving teaspoon/ serving
(sauteed) (fried) (deep-fried)

Sugar Used/Added Less than 2 2 to 4 teaspoons More than 4


teaspoons/serving /serving teaspoons /serving
(visible sugar)
Salt Used/Added Less than 1/20 1/20 to 1/10 More than 1/10
teaspoon/serving teaspoon/serving teaspoon/serving
(visible salt)

FOR FOOD PRODUCTS


WITHOUT NUTRITION FACTS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 21
Recommended Fat Intakes per Age Group per Day
Age Recommended Equivalent Fat Equivalent Allowable
Energy Intakes per per Day Fat per Meal Saturated Fat
Day 15-30% (1/3 of per (1/3 of per
(in kcal) (in kcal) Day) (in grams) Meal) (in grams)

6-9 1600 240-480 9-18 3-6


10-12 2060 309-618 11-23 4-8
13-15 2700 405-810 15-30 3-10
16-18 3010 452-903 17-33 6-11
19-29 2530 380-759 14-28 5-9
30-49 2420 363-726 13-27 4-9
50-59 2420 363-726 13-27 4-9
60-69 2140 321-642 12-24 4-8

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 22
Recommended Table Sugar in Teaspoons per Age Group per Day
Age Recommen 10% Equivalent Table Recommended Table
ded Energy Energy Sugar Sugar
Intakes per (in kcal) per Day per Meal
Day in in in grams in
(in kcal) grams teaspoon teaspoon
s s
6-9 1600 160 40 8 13 3

10-12 2060 206 51.5 10 17 3

13-15 2700 270 67.5 13.5 22.5 4

16-18 3010 301 75 15 25 4

19-29 2530 253 63 12.5 21 4

30-49 2420 242 60.5 12 20 4

50-59 2420 242 60.5 12 20 4

60-69 2140 210 52.5 10.5 18 3


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 23
Recommended Sodium Intakes per Age Group per Day

Age Recommended Sodium Equivalent Sodium per


Intakes per Day Meal (1/3 of per Day)
(in mg) (in mg)
6-9 400 133
10-12 500 167
13-15 500 167
16-18 500 167
19-29 500 167
30-49 500 167
50-59 500 167
60-69 500 167

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 24
Strategy #2: Increase Healthy Food

• Readily available safe drinking water


Set food standards • Condiments and sauces not displayed, but
served only upon request
• Advising parents and guardians to provide
healthy baons (no bringing of Red Category
Increase availability and foods and drinks in school)
accessibility of healthy and • Local initiatives to promote healthy food
safe foods (e.g. Veggie Tuesday, Meatless Monday)
• WinS-compliant canteens and food service
facilities
Regulating the sale and • Signages that promote the policy and other
marketing of unhealthy foods nutrition messages

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 25
Strategy #3: Regulate Unhealthy Food

• Any form of marketing unhealthy food


Set food standards prohibited in schools and DepEd
offices (includes advertising,
sponsorships, and promotion)

• CSR activities of manufacturers that


Increase availability and
meet criteria of the policy may be
accessibility of healthy and allowed but no marketing activities
safe foods such as logo or brand name display

• School officials encouraged to work


Regulating the sale and with LGUs for local legislation
marketing of unhealthy food

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 26
Thank you.

Bureau of Learner Support Services- School Health Division

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