The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a federally funded program that provides nutritious food supplements for low-income pregnant, postpartum, and breast feeding women, their infants and children up to age six, and the elderly. The foods are chosen to help prevent infant mortality and low birth weight and to support normal child development. The CSFP is currently operated in California by the San Diego Food Bank, San Francisco Food Bank, Community Action Partnership of Orange County, Redwood Empire Food Bank, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, and The Modesto Love Center.
- CSFP Statement of Confidentiality (DOC)
Statement of Confidentiality for staff and volunteers working with a local agency administering the Commodity Supplemental Food Program; see Management Bulletin USDA-CSFP-03-2012 for more information.
- CSFP USDA Foods Loss Report (XLS)
Commodity Supplemental Food Program U.S. Department of Agriculture foods loss report; see Management Bulletin NSD-CSFP-02-2013 for more information.
- Food Transfer Form Agency to Agency (DOC)
United States Department of Agriculture food transfer form for agency exchange.
- Notification Letter for Ineligibility or Discontinuance for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (DOC)
See Management Bulletins USDA-CSFP-04-2012 or USDA-CSFP-01-2013 for more information.
CSFP Management Bulletins
Commodity Supplemental Food Program management bulletins organized by calendar year.
California Department of Education
Nutrition Services Division
1430 N Street, Suite 1500
Sacramento, CA 95814