Resource | Instructions
School Week Meal Component Adjustments

School Week Meal Component Adjustments

Resource | Instructions
USDA Unveils Historic Improvements to Meals Served in America’s Schools

Press Release--USDA Unveils Historic Improvements to Meals Served in America’s Schools

Resource | Instructions
Instructions for Transferring Data from USDA Certification Tools

Instructions for Transferring Data from USDA Certification Tools

Resource | Instructions
Simplified Nutrient Assessment - Optional

Simplified Nutrient Assessment information.

Resource | Instructions
Tribal Participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program and the Summer Food Service Program

Memorandum. The purpose of this memorandum is to reissue previous guidance, CACFP 01-1999, Participation of Tribal Child Care Facilities in CACFP, October 23, 1998, and provide Questions and Answers intended to clarify current Program policies and how these policies may impact the operation of the CACFP, as well as the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), in Indian Country.

Resource | Instructions
Child and Adult Care Food Program: Amendments Related to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010

One page overview. This rule proposes to codify several provisions of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 affecting the administration of Child and Adult Care Food Program for State agencies, new and renewing institutions, sponsoring organizations, and sponsored facilities, and to make modifications to the application and renewal process.

Resource | Instructions | FNS Instruction 410-1 Rev. 2
Claims For Losses of Donated Foods and Related Administrative Losses - Procedures for the State Distributing Agency

The purpose of this instruction is to establish the general standards and procedures that the state distributing agency must follow in order to ensure that restitution is made for the loss of donated foods, or for the loss or improper use of funds provided for, or accruing from, the distribution of donated foods.

Resource | Instructions
Financial Management - Child and Adult Care Food Program

CACFP funds are provided to assist State agencies through grants and other means to initiate and maintain nonprofit food service Programs for eligible children and adult participants in nonresidential institutions that provide care. This Instruction establishes Program standards, principles and guidelines for financial management.

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.