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Eggs & waffles Applesauce cups Blueberries, frozen Syrup 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Pigs in a blanket with cheese Strawberry cups, frozen Baked beans Whole wheat sugar cookie Ketchup packet 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Blueberry muffins, whole grain 28 Apples, fresh Cranberries, dried 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Carnitas on a soft shell Sweet apple slices Shredded lettuce with tomato Hot sauce 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Mini corn dogs Peach cups Raisins Ketchup 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Chili cheese corn dog Macaroni & cheese Oranges Steamed sliced carrots Ketchup packet 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Conchas Oranges Apple juice 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Cheeseburger sliders Strawberries, fresh French fries Ketchup 1% low fat milk Fat free chocolate milk
Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens 18 and younger at many locations throughout the nation throughout the summer while school is out of session. Use the mapping tool below to find a site near you. Site information for 2017 will start becoming available in early May. New sites will be added throughout the summer. Please check back often for updated information. https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks
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