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USDA Food and Nutrition Service is working to effectively and efficiently end hunger and improve nutrition in America
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A participant shares her story of how the OK SNAP Works program helped her gain the job skills needed to secure employment.
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This week, FNS joined for a news conference announcing the expansion of SNAP Education & Training in Oklahoma.
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Sec. Sonny Perdue 3h
Common-sense flexibility in the wake of a storm. gives South Carolina SNAP recipients more time to replace food lost due to . Usually have 10 days to request replacement benefits, but we've pushed that back to Oct. 15th. Details:
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NEWS: Eases Program Rules for Participants Impacted by
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DYK? About 100,000 schools and institutions feed 30 million children through the National Program & nearly 15 million children through the Program.
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Dept. of Agriculture 8h
During times of disaster, works with state, local & voluntary organizations to: ✔️Provide food for shelters ✔️Distribute food packages directly to households in need ✔️Issue Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits
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Sec. Sonny Perdue 23h
To help school children affected by in North Carolina, is providing free meals thru School Lunch Program. This will benefit more than 284,000 kids in 31 school districts. is there to help in time of need. Details:
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NEWS: Provides Children Affected by with Access to Free Meals
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Dept. of Agriculture 23h
All students in affected disaster areas in North Carolina will have access to free school meals provided by our National School Lunch Program through October 26. Learn more:
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Nutrition Gov Sep 11
Help children learn more about food safety with these fun books & games:
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USDA Nutrition Sep 19
Include kids in meal prep! Teach them about & discuss which ingredients fall into each food group.
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USDA Team Nutrition Sep 18
Teach kids basic cooking skills using these easy recipes and videos.
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USDA Nutrition Sep 19
Get tips for planning a menu from the main dish to milk, including how to offer foods on a salad bar:
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Sep 18
Teach kids about food safety after a flood with this poster – ‘Be Careful with Food & Water.’
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USDA Nutrition Sep 18
Visit for information on FNS assistance during times of disaster.
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USDA Team Nutrition Sep 17
Our new Menu Planner for School Meals features 25 School Spotlights sharing innovative ways across the nation are offering healthy and tasty .
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USDA Nutrition Sep 18
On 9/16, approved a waiver to allow extended time for participants to submit claims for food lost in the disaster. Affected households in now have until Oct. 15 to report food losses & request replacement benefits so they can purchase food.
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Sep 17
Here are 3 tips to stay healthy after a hurricane. More info in this toolkit:
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USDA Nutrition Sep 18
Provides Additional Food Options to Participants impacted by . Learn more here:
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USDA Nutrition Sep 17
For more information on FNS assistance during times of disaster, visit . residents may also call 211 for information about relief and assistance resources.
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