Analisis Sistem Penyelenggaraan Makanan, Ketersediaan Energi Dan Zat Gizi Serta Daya Terima Menu Asrama Sekolah Smart Ekselensia Indonesia, Parung, Bogor
Adolescence is the second fastest growing period after the childhood. Energy & nutrients requirement tends to increase sharply in late adolescence. The purpose of this research is to examine foodservice management, energy and nutrients availability level, and menu acceptance. The research is conducted in Smart Ekselensia Indonesia schools (Senior High School), Bogor, West Java. The cross-sectional design was apllied and 56 sample was selected based on inclusion criteria i.e. fourth or fifth grade, male, and age 16—18 years old. The result show that foodservice system of SEI school is fairly good, but the menu planning of this school was not based on student’s nutrients requirement. Application of food service hygiene and sanitation guidance from Ministry of Healthy Regulation 1096/MENKES/PER/VI/2011 in SEI school was 71% while application of foodhandlers personal hygiene was 94.6%. The availibility level of Vitamin A and Iron has met (100%) its requirement. Meanwhile, the availibility level of energy and nutrients are as follows: energy 92,4%, protein 98,8%, vitamin B 72.6%, vitamin C 62.7%, calsium 81.2%, and phosphorus 97%. The avaibility level of carbohydrate and fat were repectively 53.3% and 23.8% compare to recommendation. Regarding colour, shape, aroma, taste, and consistency aspect of menu, the menu acceptability of responden was concominant with left over of food that can be used as indicator of acceptability of a menu.
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