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Providing children the nutritious food they need to learn, grow and thrive is critical to USDA’s mission.
Secretary Sonny Perdue announced a new campaign to help simplify the nutrition information that surrounds us each day.
Beginning next summer, schools will no longer have to request state exemptions to serve products that are not whole grain.
Secretary Perdue, during a U.S. Senate hearing, reiterated the need to restore the original intent of the SNAP, which is to be a second chance and not a way of life.
March 1-31, 2019
USDA adds flexibilities to the hiring standards for new school nutrition program directors in small local educational agencies.
Panel experts will review scientific evidence on key nutrition topics to support new guidelines.
Proposed SNAP rule to help move people from dependence into self-sufficiency.
Flexibility on milk, whole grains and sodium provides options to schools
Food crediting policy updates for USDA's child nutrition programs
Provide Americans with access to nutritious food.
Utilize data-driven strategies to improve program integrity.
Maintain a high-performing workforce by improving performance and increasing accountability.
Deliver FNS programs in a manner that maximizes customer service and ensures equal access and opportunity.
Ensure FNS programs pave a pathway to self-sufficiency.