Guilford Child Development

Child Nutrition

Children who do not receive proper nutrition risk inadequate physical and mental growth. To insure children have access to nutrition that is essential to their development, Guilford Child Development provides more than 1,900 nourishing meals to children in each of its 14 childcare centers.

Child & Adult Care food program

The Child and Adult Care Food Program is part of the National School Lunch Act. How do children and parents benefit from the Child and Adult Care Food Program?

Through the Child and Adult Care Food Program,

Children will:

  • Receive nutritious meals and snacks
  • Develop good eating habits
  • Develop fit bodies, strong teeth, and alert minds

Parents will:

  • Be assured that their children are eating healthy meals and snacks at no extra charge to them
  • Receive nutrition information

For more information:

Phone: (336) 369-5039
Fax: (336) 691-6469
Email: Sarah Fiori

Resources

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement

Click here to read the Nondiscrimination Statement from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

CACFP Nutrition Educators

Sarah Fiori
CACFP Coordinator
sarah.fiori@guilfordchilddev.org
(336) 369-5039

Anthony Mosley
Nutrition Specialist 
Anthony.Mosley@guilfordchilddev.org
(336) 369-5029