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Food Access Resources

Materials and resources which support and foster healthy communities through access to nutritious foods.


 

As HealthyEating.org continues building more nutrition resources and content, we'll add more materials and resources in the coming weeks. We encourage food access professionals to bookmark this page for future use.

 

Milk is a part of a healthy eating pattern for young children. The below tip sheet explains why milk is important, and the requirements for milk in the CACFP program. 

CACFP Tip Sheet - English

CACFP Tip Sheet - Spanish

 

Town Hall for School Nutrition Professionals

Click here to view the slides from the Town Hall

                                                                                            

Learn about how the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program may be an opportunity to expand your business model to drive revenue while feeding children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a school nutrition professional, you have expertise that makes you an ideal distributor for the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program. Learn more about becoming a sponsor of the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program (FFFBP) from Scott Berndt with the Riverside Unified School District, the only district in the nation operating as a FFFBP distributor.

Information about the application process, as well as benefits and challenges of the program for you as a food service director or manager will be shared. You will also see how the program has operated at RUSD. The FFFBP is a unique opportunity for you to bring a new revenue source to help fund your food service operation while providing food security for kids and their families in your community.

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Looking for Community Education Materials?

Explore booklets and tip sheets that help education communities learn about healthy eating patterns.