This error is generated if a child who is too old to be claimed is claimed (based on the provider's license) as of the meal date. This is determined by the the age entered in the Oldest box in the Ages Allowed section of the Provider Information Licensing tab.
This error is generated if a child who is too young to be claimed is claimed (based on the provider's license) as of the meal date. This is determined by the the age entered in the Youngest box in the Ages Allowed section of the Provider Information Licensing tab.
Note: In some cases, this error may appear for large numbers of providers after data has been newly converted. Notify Minute Menu HX support if this happens.
The Meal was Indicated as a Master Menu on the Scannable Form, but No Master Menu Number was Bubbled In
If a provider marks the Master Menu bubble (M) on a scannable form, they must provide a valid Mater Menu number in the lowest Fruit/Vegetable row for that meal. For more information about Master Menus, see Master Menus.
This error is generated if the provider does not enter a master menu number at all. It warns, disallows, or ignores the effected meals.
A Cycle Menu Plan was Switched within a Week. The Same Cycle Menu Plan Must be Served Within a Single Week
Some sponsors require that Cycle Menus are followed without substitutions. This error is generated when a provider switches the Cycle Menu mid-week. This may or may not disallow the meal in question.
Some sponsors do not allow their providers to repeat Cycle Menu plans each week. This error can be generated if a provider does repeat the same cycle menu plan. It can warn or disallow the meals in question.
All children must be re-enrolled each year. Minute Menu HX can be configured so each child has an Enrollment Expiration Date recorded in their file. This date would need to be updated each year to indicate re-enrollment. This error is generated if a child is served after their enrollment expiration date. It warns or disallows the given children from the meals in question. You can also configure this error to allow children for the entire month of expiration (instead of just the expiration date).
Enrollment expiration dates are entered in the Expiration Date box in the Child Information General tab.
Food Program rules require that a provider must serve at least one child who is not their own during a meal. This error is generated if the provider only serves their own children during a meal. It disallows the entire meal.
In some cases, a day care child may be marked in attendance at a meal with the provider's child, and the day care child is disallowed for another limit (example: the child exceeds the 2 + 1 limit for the day). The processor can be configured to look at the disallowed day care child, so the provider's own child is not disallowed since the day care child was present, or it can be configured to ignore the disallowed day care child, which would disallow the provider's own child.
Contact Minute Menu HX Support to change the way this is handled in your system.
This error is generated if a provider services two juices at a meal. A Lunch or Dinner is not creditable if both the Fruit and Vegetable meal components are juices. This error disallows the meal.
Some sponsors encourage providers to serve a fruit or vegetable instead of a juice during Lunch or Dinner, since milk is already a component of the meal pattern. This error is generated when providers serve a juice at Lunch or Dinner. It warns or disallows the affected meal.