Summer Food Service ensures Arizona kids get nutritious free mealsPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- An Arizona non-profit called Plenty For All has teamed up with the Arizona Department of Education Nutrition Services to participate in the USDA Summer Food Summer Program.
This program is designed to feed children throughout the summer while school is out. Free meals that meet federal nutrition guidelines are provided to all children at approved SFSP sites.
The program kicked off Tuesday and runs through Aug. 8.
3TV's Heidi Goitia got the lowdown on this program, which will ensure that thousands of Arizona children get nutritious meals this summer.
For more information visit www.PlentyForAll.org.
Below is a list of food site locations. To search by ZIP code to find the location closest to you, go to AZSummerFood.gov.