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Centers

Minute Menu CX is a software suite designed for single-site, independent Centers. Streamline your business with online enrollment, CACFP claims processing, attendance, electronic payments and more – all at an affordable price.

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Features

Pricing

Minute Menu CX is designed for independent child care centers and comes with a 60-day free trial. After that, pay only $49 each month to use all of the features and have access our extensive online training site. Independent centers do not pay additional fees, and a term contract is not required.

Included in your monthly fee are unlimited updates to your Minute Menu CX software to ensure your food program remains compliant with state and federal guidelines. This includes updates to cover annual reimbursement and poverty rates changes, and CACFP form template changes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Independent centers who do not currently participate in the food program should try to find a sponsoring organization. If you participate in the food program with a sponsor, your sponsor can give you Minute Menu CX for free! Contact your sponsor for more information.

Yes. The enrollment, re-enrollment, and tracking features in Minute Menu CX increase the accuracy of your participation records.

Yes. The milk audit in Minute Menu CX is used to compare the amount of milk purchased with the amount of milk that was needed based on menus and meal counts.