USDA launches program to help feed Michigan school students during COVID-19 crisis

Michigan is the first state approved for a federal program to help feed kids who rely on school meals amid COVID-19 pandemic.

The United States Department of Agriculture announced Thursday that Michigan is the first state approved for the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer – or Pandemic EBT program.

The program is a supplemental food purchasing benefit to current SNAP participants and as a new EBT benefit to other eligible households to offset the cost of meals that would have otherwise been consumed at school.

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