CFPA Submits Comments to USDA on Food Crediting in CACFP

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2.12.2018 Take action! USDA is requesting input for informing food crediting in child nutrition programs, including the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Food crediting--which determines what foods are deemed nutritionally adequate and eligible for reimbursement--ensures that child nutrition programs continue to promote equitable access to nutritious foods for all. View CFPA's public comments here.

To Take Action:

  1. Download model comments
  2. Submit comments to USDA

California is home to children of the greatest diversity of races, ethnicities, and nationalities in the country. The food crediting systems of our child nutrition programs must thus continually adapt to the changing demographics of our children, and provide them with healthy, nutrient-rich foods that are also appealingly familiar and culturally sensitive.

Questions? Contact Kevin Lee at 213.482.8200 ext. 202