This memorandum provides updated guidance on crediting tofu and soy yogurt products in the Child and Adult Care Food Program and extends previous guidance on crediting tofu and soy yogurt products to the Summer Food Service Program, as well as to the infant meal pattern in the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
Recently, FNS has received a number of questions related to buying local meat, poultry, game, and eggs; this memorandum seeks to clarify the regulatory requirements related to food safety and answer specific questions related to these products with a series of questions and answers.
This webinar recording includes detailed information on financial viability, administrative capability, and program accountability in the Summer Food Service Program.
This recorded webinar provides additional information on the requirements for an acceptable SFSP budget and best practices for state agencies’ evaluation of budgets.
This recorded webinar goes into detail about appropriate documentation that can be used for reconciling claims for reimbursement. Included, is one example of how state agencies can use appropriate documentation to conduct reconciliation of a site’s meal counts.
USDA is implementing regulatory changes to the SFSP that simplify program requirements and improve the customer experience.
This guidance updates previously issued Questions and Answers to clarify Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) requirements. It supersedes SFSP 05-2017, Summer Food Service Program Questions and Answers, Dec. 1, 2016.
This map displays census data and can be used for tiering of participating CACFP day care homes and eligibility of SFSP summer sites.
The Summer Food for Children Demonstrations are a series of projects to develop and test methods of providing access to food for low-income children in urban and rural areas during the summer months when schools are not in regular session.
FNS published a final rule on program integrity to ensure that child nutrition programs are properly operated and managed to protect federal funds and taxpayer dollars.