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USDA Foods in Schools Photo Contest

Each year we ask child nutrition professionals to inspire other foodservice professionals and submit a picture of your most creative meal utilizing USDA Foods.  With more than 200 USDA Foods items available, we want to highlight each food group and the innovative ways in which they can be used.

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Best Practices and Resources for Informing Households of ABAWD Rules

This memorandum provides best practices and resources to help State agencies effectively inform Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households of the requirements for able-bodied adults without dependents (ABA WD) and to enrich training for eligibility workers. Since ABAWD policy is complex, States should provide clients with accurate and understandable information in accessible locations ( e.g., waiting rooms, websites, or partner organizations).

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FRAC New School Nutrition Standards Support Healthier and Well-fed Children

FRAC New School Nutrition Standards Support Healthier and Well-fed Children

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East Boston YMCA: Reaching Older Teens Boston, MA

The East Boston YMCA partners with Project Bread to bring 30 teens to the East Boston YMCA and 20 teens to Egleston Square YMCA for weekend evening SFSP.

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Boys and Girls Club of Ada County: Boise, ID

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Ada County serves lunch and snack daily over 45 teens age 12‐18 at two different sites.

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Rural - West Sioux School: Hawarden, IA

SFSP in West Sioux School: Hawarden, IA

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Rural - Running Strong: Eagle Butte, SD

SFSP in Rural - Running Strong: Eagle Butte, SD

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Rural - Food For People: Eureka, CA

Food for People has sponsored the Summer Food Service Program in Humboldt County, California since 1997.

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Kids Cruisin’ Kitchen — A Creative Partnership: Omaha, NE

SFSP and Kids Cruisin’ Kitchen in Omaha, NE