As COVID-19 has struck the nation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was pleased to announce the Farmers to Families (F2F) Food Box program as a part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act helping to purchase and distribute agricultural products from across the country and get them into the hands of those in need. The program works with suppliers packaging fresh produce, dairy and meat products into family sized food boxes then transport them to organizations like the Great Plains Food Bank.
Learn more about the USDA F2F program HERE.
There are no income guidelines for receiving food assistance through the program.
FIND A COMPLETE LIST OF STOPS OF THE GREAT PLAINS FOOD BANK MOBILE FOOD PANTRY HERE:
Below find a list of Great Plains Food Bank distributions of the USDA F2F Food Box program.
Click HERE to link back to the original article at GPFB.