TX-UNPS Resources for SFSP

Summer Food Service Program TX-UNPS Training


This training does not count towards the required SFSP Program Training.
To learn about required training for Contracting Entities (CE), click here.

Need Help?

For General TX-UNPS Questions or for existing CEs to request logon ID and password use the information below to direct questions to TDA staff.

Phone: (877) TEX MEAL (839-6325)
Fax: (888) 203-6593
E-mail: squaremeals@texasagriculture.gov

For instructions on resolving TX-UNPS Session Conflicts, review the quick guide by clicking here.
SFSP Reimbursement Rates  Minimize 

The following reimbursement rates are effective January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2020.

 Reimbursement Rates for Operating Costs







Administrative Rates - Rural or Self-Prep Sites*







* All contracting entities (sponsors) of sites that prepare or assemble their own meals, either at the SFSP site or at a central facility/kitchen, and for contracting entities (sponsors) of sites located in rural areas.
Administrative Rates - All other types of Sites (Vended, Urban Sites)**







 ** All contracting entities (sponsors) of all other types of sites, such as vended or urban sites.

Reimbursement Rates - Rural or Self-Prep Sites (Administrative and Operating Combined)







Reimbursement Rates - All other types of Sites (Vended, Urban Sites) (Administrative & Operating Combined)







Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help.

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