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TEFAP & CSFP Financial Resource FAQ TEFAP & CSFP Financial Resource FAQ - This FAQ answers questions like how to use the Pounds Distributed Method to determine indirect cost rate, what pounds should be included in the TEFAP calculation, what can be excluded from the adjusted total pounds calculation, and more.
Nutrition Education Plan and Evaluation Process Nutrition Education Plan and Evaluation Process - To establish an overall nutrition education plan and ensure that Contracting Entities (CEs) provide nutrition education and evaluation in accordance with the plan.
USDA Foods Fit - Dairy USDA Foods Fit - Dairy - The Dairy Group includes milk, yogurt, cheese, lactose free milk and fortified soy milk and yogurt. Learn more about the Health Benefits of Dairy as well as Quick and Easy Recipes in this resource, available in both English and Spanish.
USDA Foods Fit - Fruits USDA Foods Fit - Fruits - Fruits may be fresh, canned, frozen, or dried, and may be whole, cut up, pureed, or cooked. Learn more about the Health Benefits of Dairy as well as Quick and Easy Recipes in this resource, available in both English and Spanish.
USDA Foods Fit - Grains USDA Foods Fit - Grains - Any food made from wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal, barley, or another cereal grain is a grain product. Learn more about the Health Benefits of Dairy as well as Quick and Easy Recipes in this resource, available in both English and Spanish.
USDA Foods Fit - Protein USDA Foods Fit - Protein - Protein foods include seafood, lean meats, poultry, eggs, beans, peas, and lentils, nuts, seeds, and soy products. Learn more about the Health Benefits of Dairy as well as Quick and Easy Recipes in this resource, available in both English and Spanish.
USDA Foods Fit - Vegetables USDA Foods Fit - Vegetables - To establish an overall nutrition education plan and ensure that Contracting Entities (CEs) provide nutrition education and evaluation in accordance with the plan.

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