The goal of the CACFP is to improve and maintain the Health and Nutrition status of children and adults in care while promoting the development of good eating habits.
Through the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, USDA has made the first major changes in CACFP meals and snacks since the Program’s inception in 1968.
A nutritional, educational and meal reimbursement program helping Day Care facilities provide healthy and nutritious meals and snack to children and adults.
A meal reimbursement program helping Family Day Care Homes (FDCHs) provide well balanced, healthy and nutritious meals and snacks to children in private home settings.
A Child Nutrition Program which was established to ensure that low-income children, ages 18 and younger, continue to have an opportunity to receive meals when school is not in session.
Farm to preschool is an exciting program for children 0-5 focusing on healthy eating habits.
Information pertaining to procurement requirements for all Sponsors of Child Nutrition Programs.
Resource materials related to CACFP, including FAQs, Census Data, Federal Regulations, guidance manuals, menus, recipes, information resource web links and general program forms.
General forms utilized by Child and Adult Care Food Program participants.
Child and Adult Care Food Program trainings offered to new sponsors and/or new personnel.