FOOD FACTS
WHAT'S A SERVING
FRUITS & VEGATABLES
MILK MATTERS
TRUE OR FALSE

100

This vegatable, often served mashed, has lots of Vitamin C.
What is a potato?

100

One slice of this food is considered a serving in the grain group.
What is bread?

100

This fruit with a yellow peel is high in potassium and is the most popular fruit in the U.S.
What is the banana

100

Kids need at least this many servings from the milk group each day.
What is 3?

100

Half your days calories should come from this group.
What is whole grains?

200

Although often considered a vegatable, this food is actually a fruit.
What is a tomato?

200

1 cup of this food that often comes in 2%, 1%, or skim varieties is a serving.
What is milk?

200

There are many varieties of this white vegetable including shitake and portobello.
What is a mushroom?

200

Milk contains this mineral that helps build strong bones and teeth.
What is Calcium?

200

This object can be compared to a 1/4 cup serving of a food.
What is a golf ball?

300

Drying grapes for several days will give you this fruit.
What is a raisin?

300

A portion the size of a deck of cards is a serving in this food group.
What is meat?

300

This purple vegetable, often used to make a popular Italian dish, is important for healthy aging.
What is eggplant?

300

This vitamin found in milk helps maintain skin and vision and also helps regulate the immune system.
What is Vitamin A?

300

This is the appropriate calorie requiremebts for teen girls, active women and most men.
What is 2200?

400

This vegetable contains more water than a watermelon.
What is iceberg lettuce?

400

3/4 cup of this is considered a serving in the fruit or vegetable groups.
What is juice?

400

This is another name for dried plums.
What is a prune?

400

Fat-Free milk is usually called this on the carton.
What is skim milk?

400

This is NOT a requirement to be on a nutrient facts label.
What are the ingredients used?

500

This food in the milk group contains live cultures and can be brought whipped, mixed with fruit, or frozen.
What is yogurt?

500

12 oz. of this popular beverage in the "others" category is a common serving size.
What is soda?

500

This green vegetable, often eaten raw on salads, contains high amounts of Vitamin C.
What is broccoli?

500

You should avoid drinking this type of milk or any products made from it as it may be unsafe to drink.
What is un pasteurized?

500

This general guide to help you link nutrients in a serving of food to their contribution to your daily diet. It is based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet.
What isthe Percentage Daily Value?