Team Nutrition CACFP Halftime: Thirty on Thursdays webinar recordings.
Grabaciones de seminarios web Medio tiempo del CACFP: treinta los jueves.
This pre-recorded webinar features USDA Farm to School Program staff, who summarize grantee reporting requirements and review the processes for submitting no-cost extensions, as well as project and budget amendments.
This March 9, 2022 webinar provided an overview of USDA’s SBP, including the benefits of school breakfast, program requirements, and resources for navigating supply chain challenges.
This short video shows the benefits of a nutritious school breakfast in fueling students for success.
This gallery contains photo albums and videos from CSFP program sites, non-profits, and government agencies.
During this webinar, FNS reviewed the demonstration project, the information required in proposals, and answered questions.
The CSFP 101 webinar provides attendees with a brief history of CSFP, allowable uses of administrative funds, and policy basics. Attendees also receive an overview of CSFP income eligibility standards and distribution of CSFP food package policies. This webinar is intended for state and local agencies who manage CSFP.
Learn how to inspect USDA DoD Fresh produce deliveries and how to provide feedback if you receive produce not grown in the U.S. or poor quality produce. This webinar is specifically targeted to provide instructions for FDPIR Indian Tribal Organization warehouse staff and FNS regional office staff who manage FDPIR.
This webinar is Part 3 of our webinar series “Demystifying USDA Food Complaints.” It focuses on results and resolution in the USDA Foods complaint process for USDA Foods in schools. The USDA Foods Complaint Team, as represented by Tony Wilkins, presents different scenarios as USDA Foods are transported from the vendor to their final destination, school kitchens. The intended audience is individuals involved with the National School Lunch Program: SFAs and all distributing agencies and recipient agencies, including SDAs as well as schools and warehouses.