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Food Programs

Child nutrition programs data and statistics, including county profiles, free and reduced price data, school meal nutrition analysis, and summer meal service sites.

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Annual Child Nutrition Programs Participation Data

County data from school districts and local agencies participating in the School Nutrition Programs and Child and Adult Care Food Program including meals served, program participation, and reimbursement received.

Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

School Nutrition Programs (SNP)

*Includes Summer Food Service Program data for the state fiscal year: July–June.

Summer Meal Programs

Note: Provides Summer Food Service Program data for the federal fiscal year: October–September.

CACFP Center Sites

CACFP Center Sites
Provides parents and referral agencies with a list of locations that provide free or low cost, nutritious meals through their participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

CACFP Day Care Home Sponsors

CACFP Day Care Home Sponsors
List of California day care home sponsors operating the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

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Free and Reduced-Price Data for California Schools

Annual Statewide Free and Reduced Meal Program (FRMP) Data

Please see the Student Poverty - FRPM Data Web page for school level data files with public school enrollment, number of students eligible for free or reduced price meals, and percent free and reduced price meal eligible students.

Summer Meal Service Sites

Summer Meal Service Sites
Provides parents and referral agencies with a list of locations where children may receive free nutritious meals during school vacation and off-track periods.

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