Food must have taste, aroma, and appearance that encourages resident consumption of food.
The nursing home must ensure that a resident is offered a diet which supplies the caloric and nutrient needs as determined by the comprehensive resident assessment. Substitutes of similar nutritive value must be offered to residents who refuse food served.
The most recent edition of diet manuals must be readily available in the dietary department.
19 SR 1803
October 11, 2007
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes