Lipetsk regional Council of deputies has made amendments to the regulation on nutritional standards and to ensure a smooth inventory of the inhabitants of social institutions. This, for example, homes for the elderly and persons with disabilities or rehabilitation centers for children.
Also recipients of service recipients in social agencies are considered clients of gerontological centers stationary and semi-mobile services and crisis centres for women.
“The resolution lists in detail the entire range of products that can enter the menu wards. So, the day everyone put no more than 6 grams of sausage or sausage, 15 grams of cheese, 0.5 gram of coffee or cocoa, grams of tea, 1 egg per week, – reports the edition gorod48.ru. The list of soft equipment for maintenance of one-bed included two duvet covers, sheets, pillow cases and waffle towels. They should be replaced once a year. Every five years, change the quilt, pillow, mattress and blanket. The resolution entered into legal force”.
This ration can be compared, for example, rations of the soldiers of the Royal army 120 years ago. Then eat an ordinary soldier of the Russian army were supposed to be 700 grams of rye bread or a kilogram of rye bread, 100 grams of cereals (and in Siberia even 200 grams), 400 grams of fresh meat or 300 grams of canned meat, 20 grams of butter or fat, 17 grams podvolochnoye flour, 6.4 grams of tea, 20 grams of sugar, 0.7 grams of pepper. As for vegetables, their food of every serviceman was provided about 250 grams of fresh or 20 grams of dried (mixture of dried, cabbage, carrots, beets, turnips, onions, celery and parsley), which were mainly in the soup.