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SNAP Pandemic Planning

Fact sheet related to SNAP Pandemic Planning

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Using USDA Food During a Human Pandemic Outbreak Options for Schools and Communities

This fact sheet is for using USDA Food during a human pandemic outbreak.

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School Breakfast Program Meal Pattern Chart

Meal pattern chart for the School Breakfast Program

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USDA Foods in Schools Product Information Sheets - Other Foods

USDA Foods in Schools Product Information Sheets containing USDA Foods description and WBSCM ID for other foods. 

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USDA Foods in Schools Product Information Sheets - Vegetables

USDA Foods in Schools Product Information Sheets with description and WBSCM ID for vegetables. 

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USDA Foods in Schools Product Information Sheets - Fruits

USDA Foods Product Information Sheets containing USDA Foods description and WBSCM ID for fruits. 

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10 Facts About Local Food in Schools

Increasing access to local foods in schools is a top priority for the Office of Community Food Systems. This fact sheet, available in both English and Spanish, reviews the top 10 facts about local food in schools.

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Local Procurement Decision Tree

This fact sheet features the various paths a school can take to bring local foods into the cafeteria with your next food purchase. While federal rules prohibit schools from using "Local" as a required product specification in their formal solicitations, there are many other ways to focus purchases on local food products. This chart presents several options for including your desire for local foods in the procurement process.

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FDPNE Grant Program Factsheet

This factsheet provides an overview of the Food Distribution Program Nutrition Education (FDPNE) grant program.  

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WIC During Disasters Factsheet

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is not designed to be a disaster assistance program, and is, therefore, not considered a first response option for disaster survivors. WIC policies allow state agencies flexibility in program design and administration to support continuation of benefits to participants during times of natural or other disasters. WIC state agencies are encouraged to work with State and local emergency services offices, as well as FEMA, to assist participants during a disaster.