Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

MOU - FNS, AMS, FSIS, AND NMFS.

Resource | Technical Assistance
Points to Remember for Facilitating the CN Label Review Process

Prior to production All CN labels must be approved in FINAL by AMS (& FSIS or NMFS if applicable).

Resource | Technical Assistance
Service Agreement for CN Labeling Program

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), Specialty Crops Program (SC), Specialty Crops Inspection Division (SCI Division) performs CN Label review services and charges a fee for each CN label reviewed. 

Resource | Technical Assistance
Notice to the Trade Fee for Child Nutrition Labeling Review and Approvals

Notice to the Trade Fee for Child Nutrition (CN) Labeling Review and Approvals

Resource | Presentations
USDA Child Nutrition Labeling Program

FNS/AMS CN Label Program Expeditor Meeting--Presentation

Resource | Grants
ART Grant Guidance

The purpose of the Administrative Reviews and Training (ART) Grants Program Proposal Response Guidance is to increase the consistency and understanding of program planning prior to grant award.

Resource | Technical Assistance
Standard Operating Procedure for Submitting and Approving Quality Control Programs for Child Nutrition Labeled Products

The purpose of this instruction is to set forth a procedure for submitting and approving quality control (QC) programs for Child Nutrition (CN) labeled products.

Resource | Instructions
Letter to UI Applicant

Letter to UI Applicant. The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School Breakfast Program (SBP) provide
nutritious and affordable meals to all children. If you are applying for unemployment compensation, your children might be eligible to receive free or reduced price nutrition benefits under these school meal programs.

Resource | Technical Assistance
Letter to State Workforce Agency Administrator

Letter to State Workforce Agency Administrator seeking cooperation to inform Unemployment Insurance (UI) applicants that their children might be eligible to receive free or reduced price meals under these programs.

Resource | Instructions
National Food Service Management Institute (NFSMI) Special Needs Resources

National Food Service Management Institute (NFSMI)
Special Needs Resources