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Smart Snacks in School Infographic

The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 requires USDA to establish nutrition standards for all foods sold in schools — beyond the federally supported meals programs. This new rule carefully balances science-based nutrition guidelines with practical and flexible solutions to promote healthier eating on campus.

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FY 2014 Support Service Example Grant
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FY 2013 Direct Certification Improvement Grant Narrative

Appendix D. FY 2013 Direct Certification Improvement Grant Narrative - Tier 2 Full-Scope Grant Proposal Template & Instructions

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FY 2013 Direct Certification Improvement Grant

Appendix C FY 2013 Direct Certification Improvement Grant - Tier 1 Limited-Scope Grant Proposal Template & Instructions

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Direct Certification Grants Program Proposal Response Guidance

Appendix E: Direct Certification Grants Program Proposal Response Guidance. The purpose of the Direct Certification Grants Program Proposal Response Guidance is to increase the consistency and understanding of program planning prior to grant award.

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FNS FY 2006 Request for Administrative Reviews and Training Funds

The Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004 authorizes FNS to award $4,000,000 beginning in FY 2005 and for each of the following fiscal years through FY 2009, to state agencies for administrative reviews and training of selected local educational agencies.

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The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP): Final Hurricane Sandy Disaster Supplemental Allocations, and Administrative Requirements

Through the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act, 20 13 (PL 11 3-2), States affected by Hurricane Sandy are provided with $5.7 million in supplemental funding for TEFAP. The assistance was initially offered to twelve States and the District of Columbia that were directly affected by Hurricane Sandy, based on major disaster declarations and eligibility for individual assistance by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In total, nine States accepted at least some supplemental assistance; funding that was not accepted by certain States was reallocated proportionately to the remaining States. The attached worksheet shows the amounts that each State will receive as USDA Foods and administrative funds.