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Reporting End Product Activity


Nutrition Services Division Management Bulletin
Purpose: Policy, Action Required, Beneficial Information

To: U.S. Department of Agriculture Foods Processors

Number: USDA-FDP-07-2012

Attention: U.S. Department of Agriculture Foods Processors

Date: December 2012

Subject: Reporting End Product Activity on Monthly Performance Reports

Reference: Title 7, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 250.30(m)

This Management Bulletin (MB) provides a reminder of the requirements for reporting end product activity on monthly performance reports (MPR).

According to Title 7, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 250.30(m), each MPR shall include the following:

  • A list of all recipient agencies (RA) purchasing end products
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Foods inventory at the beginning of the reporting period
  • Amount of USDA Foods received during the reporting period
  • Amount of USDA Foods transferred to and/or from existing inventory
  • Number of units of approved end products delivered to each eligible RA during the reporting period and the number of pounds of each USDA Foods item represented by these delivered end products
  • USDA Foods inventory at the end of the reporting period

When reporting the number of units of approved end products delivered to each eligible RA, processors must include the end product code that appears for each end product on the approved Summary End Product Data Schedule. Effective beginning with the January 2013 MPR, processors must ensure compliance with the reporting requirements in this MB.

If you have any questions regarding this MB, please contact Jeanette Lund, Processing Consultant, by phone at 916-324-6150 or by e-mail at jlund@cde.ca.gov.

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