For FY 24, states, territories and ITOs must clearly attest that non-federal funds have been identified and are available to meet the 50 percent match requirement.
Technical assistance resources for Summer EBT implementing agencies to determine eligibility and meet program implementation deadlines.
Esta hoja informativa describe las maneras en que la protección del Título VI cubre a las personas que se perciben como judías, cristianas, musulmanas, sij, hindúes, budistas o de otro grupo religioso.
This fact sheet describes the ways Title VI protections cover individuals who are or are perceived to be Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, or of another religious group.
Check out this database to access vendor-specific product information for all direct delivered USDA Foods for the National School Lunch Program.
The FNS Food Safety division develops education, instruction and technical assistance resources for individuals working in federally funded nutrition assistance programs such as the NSLP, SBP, CACFP, and SFSP. Many of these resources are created in partnership with the Institute of Child Nutrition.
This updated memorandum provides guidance to Indigenous communities on incorporating traditional Indigenous foods that meet CNP meal pattern requirements and includes an updated and expanded list of traditional Indigenous foods that credit the same as similar foods currently listed in the Food Buying Guide for child nutrition programs.
Find resources to implement, sustain and maintain your farm to school program.
FNS has a variety of resources to assist CNP operators in determining how traditional Indigenous foods may contribute toward a reimbursable meal.
Congress passed a law in late 2022 to help SNAP participants who are victims of card skimming, cloning and other similar methods. To implement this new law, states are working quickly to develop and implement processes to help people whose SNAP benefits were stolen seek and obtain relief. FNS will list plans on this page as they are approved