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Florida's Summer Food Service Program Fresh for Florida Kids
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
We are looking for new feeding locations in Florida. Please contact us if you are interested!

Summer BreakSpot


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  • WHAT?  Free food and fun all summer long
  • WHO?  Kids and teens 18 and under
  • WHERE?  At a location near you!

Through the Summer BreakSpot, free, healthy breakfasts, lunches and snacks are available to anyone 18 and under all summer long!

Summer BreakSpot Updates

Is your non-profit organization interested in becoming a site to serve summer meals in your community? Call us at 1-800-504-6609 so we can connect you with your local Summer Food Service Program sponsor, who would provide the meals to your site.

This site has been brought to you by the Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness


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