State of Origin for USDA Foods
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service’s (FNS) food distribution programs provide food and nutrition assistance to schoolchildren and families and support American agriculture by distributing high-quality, 100-percent American-grown USDA Foods.
This report shows which USDA Foods products were purchased from each state. Although USDA is unable to provide state of origin information prior to ordering due to the competitive nature of the procurements, this report provides a retrospective look.
If you are looking to support agricultural markets in your region, you can consider using this information to find out what products USDA often purchases from your state—keeping in mind that future procurements may not follow these trends. Remember, all USDA Foods are 100% American grown and are local to someone. Learn where your USDA Foods are likely to come from, and what the top food is in your state!
|Fiscal Year 2019||FY19 Raw Data for All Programs
FY19 Data for Child Nutrition Programs
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|Fiscal Year 2017||FY17 Raw Data||FY17 Summary Report|
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