This page includes links to all the household USDA Foods Product Information Sheets for the vegetable food group.
See what fruits, vegetables, proteins, legumes, grains, dairy, soups, and traditional foods are available through FDPIR.
This page includes links to all the household USDA Foods Product Information Sheets for the protein food group.
USDA Foods General Recommendations: Handwashing, Cleaning, and Disinfecting for Household Program Operators
These handouts provide general recommendations on handwashing, cleaning, and disinfecting, to operators of USDA Foods household programs including CSFP, TEFAP, and FDPIR.
This page includes links to all the household USDA Foods Product Information Sheets for the fruits food group.
The sharing gallery is a source of inspiration and sharing of nutrition education materials, recipes, photos, news, grant opportunities, and other resources for ITOs participating in FDPIR.
This page includes links to all the household USDA Foods Product Information Sheets for the dairy food group.
A set of three handouts on best practices to help you safely handle and store USDA foods at home.
The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program provides free, fresh fruits and vegetables to children at eligible elementary schools during the school day. The goal of FFVP is to introduce children to new fresh fruits and vegetables and increase overall their acceptance and consumption of fresh, unprocessed produce. The FFVP also incorporates nutrition education.
The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations provides nutritious, domestically sourced and produced food, known as USDA Foods, to income-eligible households living on Indian reservations and to American Indian households residing in approved areas near reservations or in Oklahoma. Many households participate in FDPIR as an alternative to SNAP because they have limited access to SNAP offices or authorized food stores. Individuals cannot receive SNAP and FDPIR benefits in the same month.