Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program 2010-2011 Grants Coordination and School Support School Nutrition Training and Programs Congratulations! Approximately 134 schools in Michigan have been selected to participate in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) for School Year 2010-2011.
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Grants Coordination and School Support
School Nutrition Training and Programs
Approximately 134 schools in Michigan have been selected to participate in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) for School Year 2010-2011.
e.g. new: kiwi, star fruit, kohlrabi, jicama
e.g. different: examples of apples, such as granny smith, golden delicious, braeburn
Serve fruit and vegetables in easily recognizable forms.
If you have any questions about FFVP purchases, contact the Michigan Department of Education for guidance and technical assistance before you make purchases!
Program costs are broken into two categories:
Remember . . .
Labor costs directly related to the preparation and/or serving of food items is allowed as an operating cost.
If you have any questions about whether a specific cost is allowable, contact the Michigan Department of Education to discuss this prior to incurring the cost.
Congressional intent and primary purpose of the FFVP is to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to school children.
This purpose should not be diminished.
FFVP Program Consultant:
Gloria Zunker, Consultant
FFVP claims assistance:
Victoria Hwang, Accounting Tech