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03/05/2013

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Sandra

If I supply the milk and some other foods such as snacks, fruit, other dairy, but the parents bring in other baby food, am I able to deduct the meals?

Tom

Yes. As long as you are serving at least one component for a meal, you can count the entire meal using the standard meal allowance rate.

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