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55 Pa. Code § 3270.166. Meals for infants.

§ 3270.166. Meals for infants.

 Meals for infants shall be provided in accordance with the following requirements:

   (1)  A written statement giving formula and feeding schedule shall be obtained from the parent.

   (2)  New foods shall be introduced only after consultation with the child’s parent.

   (3)  Disposable nursers shall be used unless bottles are provided by the parent or unless a commercial dishwasher is used by the facility.

   (4)  Disposable nursers and bottles shall be labeled with the child’s name.

   (5)  An infant 6 months of age or younger shall be held while being bottle fed.

   (6)  Neither an infant nor a toddler is permitted to sleep with a bottle in his mouth.

   (7)  Bottled formula may not be heated in a microwave oven.

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