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NSLP USDA Foods Product Information Sheets - Fruits

USDA Foods Description - WBSCM ID

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NSLP USDA Foods Product Information Sheets - Grains

USDA Foods Description - WBSCM ID

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USDA Foods Expected to be Available

This page contains links to USDA Foods that are available or expected to be made available to participants in each of the Food Distribution programs.

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NSLP USDA Foods Product Information Sheets - Vegetables

USDA Foods Description - WBSCM ID

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NSLP USDA Foods Product Information Sheets - Meat/Meat Alternates

USDA Foods Description - WBSCM ID

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USDA Foods Available List for SY 2020

See what foods are available for your menus next school year!

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NSLP USDA Foods Product Information Sheets - Other Foods

USDA Foods Description - WBSCM ID

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SY13 Average Price Explanation

Annually, FDD prices its USDA Foods based on last purchased price (LPP). The LPP is the last price per pound paid prior to November 15th. This price is then used on National Processors’ Summary End Product Data Schedules (SEPDS) as a basis for rebating or discounting finished product prices for USDA Foods. A proposal was made for FNS to use an average value to establish the rebate and discount value for USDA Foods. After an extensive analysis it was determined that establishing an average value for USDA Foods will result in a more favorable return to recipients

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Department of Defense Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

In 1994, the Food and Nutrition Service began working with the Agricultural Marketing Service and other agencies in and out of government to explore options for providing more fresh fruit and vegetable products to schools. This meeting led to talks with the Department of Defense, Defense Personnel Support Center, now known as the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) to enter into a pilot project to supply fresh fruit and vegetables directly to schools along with their deliveries to military installations or other sites in the United States. An agreement was signed by administrators of the Food and Nutrition Service, Agricultural Marketing Service, and DSCP in August 1995 authorizing the program.

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SY13 November 15 Commodity File Report

SY13 November 15 Commodity File Report