Transitioning to Standard Operations in the Child Nutrition Programs and the Keep Kids Fed Act of 2022: Follow-Up Questions and Answers from Webinars
On July 7, 2022, the FNS hosted a webinar with the National CACFP Sponsors Association, along with other national allies to discuss the child nutrition program operations for summer 2022. Questions and answers are provided based on the nationwide waiver flexibilities issued through the Keep Kids Fed Act of 2022.
FNS is offering a suite of operational flexibilities that will be available to child nutrition programs for summer 2022 and school year 2022-23.
New recipes for CACFP centers and homes. Discover quick-and-easy recipes for lunch and supper.
Form FNS-905: Summer Food Site Locations for State Agencies is the instrument used to voluntarily collect information from State agencies about approved summer meal sites for the Summer Food Service Program and the Seamless Summer Option of the National School Lunch Program.
This agreement sets out the requirements for administering the child nutrition programs and the food distribution programs.
A webinar for state agencies providing an overview of provisions included in the new Keep Kids Fed Act legislation and Supply Chain Assistance funding.
Questions and Answers Related to Collection of Race and Ethnicity Data by Visual Observation and Identification in CACFP and SFSP – Policy Rescission
This memorandum provides clarification on questions related to the collection of race or ethnicity data now that visual identification of race and ethnicity is no longer an allowable practice in the Summer Food Service Program and Child and Adult Care Food Program.
Summer 2022 and SY 2022-23 child nutrition programs waiver checklist.
A webinar for state agencies about tools available to aid in the transition back to normal child nutrition program operations.
FNS is offering this comparison table to assist state agencies and program operators as they transition from operations under COVID-19 nationwide waivers to operations designed around their own unique circumstances.