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Now Available! Test your whole grains knowledge with Team Nutrition’s latest web quiz!

Published: 29 days ago
" January 1, 2023 - The Whole Grains Quiz is comprised of 10 self-paced questions and provides feedback for correct and incorrect answer choices. The user may retake the quiz or retry questions as many times as desired.
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January 1, 2023 - The Whole Grains Quiz is comprised of 10 self-paced questions and provides feedback for correct and incorrect answer choices. The user may retake the quiz or retry questions as many times as desired. This quiz was developed to be a fun approach to support information found in the updated Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs, Whole Grains Resource for the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs, Crediting Handbook for Child and Adult Care Food Program, and Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Take the quiz today at fns.usda.gov/quiz/whole-grains-quiz.

This quiz is the newest addition to Team Nutrition web quizzes that cover a variety of nutrition topics. These short quizzes can be used for self-paced knowledge assessments, at trainings, or other nutrition events as a fun and engaging learning activity. Upon completion of each quiz, quiz takers receive a score along with a link to resources that can help expand their knowledge on the topic and build their nutrition skills. Each quiz is also available as a widget, so they can be easily embedded and displayed on other web pages to support training.

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