Resource | Fact Sheets
FNS-101: Commodity Supplemental Food Program

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious, domestically sourced and produced food, known as USDA Foods.

Resource | Webinars/Videos
How to Encourage Variety in the CSFP Food Package

This webinar will focus on Section K of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) Management Evaluation and includes a detailed overview of the NSLP entitlement and State Administrative Expense section of the ME.

Resource | Fact Sheets
Nutrition Benefits of the Program

Learn how CSFP helps seniors meet MyPlate recommendations

Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
USDA Business Management Improvement

The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service and Food and Nutrition Service are co-sponsoring a project to review and re-design business processes for the domestic nutrition assistance programs to better support the needs of our internal and external stakeholders. The project began in October 2015. During the first part of the Business Management Improvement (BMI) stakeholders reviewed the end-to-end processes that support ordering, procurement, delivery, inventory management and payments for USDA Foods. The BMI project team identified several process areas for improvement and is exploring ways to pilot, evaluate, and implement these changes.

Resource | Product Information
Household Programs USDA Foods Product Information Sheets: Other

This page includes USDA Foods Product Information Sheets for the "other" category of USDA Foods available in the household programs. 

Resource | Webinars/Videos
Disaster Preparedness: The Role of USDA Foods in Disasters

In this webinar, we discuss what actions you can take and the resources available to be better prepared for a disaster when utilizing USDA Foods.

Resource | Fact Sheets
Commodity Supplemental Food Program Fact Sheet

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program(CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.