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Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

What is the CACFP?

The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) helps child
and adult care institutions and family or group day care homes provide nutritious foods to young children, at-risk youth, and adults who are chronically impaired.

Who administers this program?

CACFP is administered at the federal level by the USDA and at the state level by the PA Department of Education, Division of Food and Nutrition. 

Who may participate?

Child and adult care facilities can join the CACFP if they meet the qualifications. 

What are the benefits of joining?

Child and Adult care center benefits include:

  • Reimbursement for meals served to enrolled participants.

  • Federally donated commodities or cash in lieu of commodities;

  • Technical assistance for administration of the CACFP;

  • Nutrition education materials; and

  • Annual training sessions and workshops.

Contact us today to get more information or enroll


Sponsorship Highlights

1. On demand online CACFP training available annually

2. Paper products and condiments included with all meals

3. We contract with the best Registered Food Management & Catering Companies in PA

4. Monthly left over funding to our centers in addition to Meals and Snacks

5. Our companies provide bag meals for field trips as needed.

6. Our Sponsorship takes care of administrative accountability with the State along with filing claims, audits, and reviews, and pays the Food Management Companies directly

7. We offer Serve Safe instruction and Test Administration & Proctoring.

8. Special dietary and allergy menu accommodations for children and adults as needed

9. All menus are approved by Licensed Nutritionists

10. We will provide your entire CACFP program needs from A-Z

We Look Forward To Potentially Serving You

Call: 1-888-702-9610  

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***USDA and this Institution are equal opportunity providers and employers. Admission is open to all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.***

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