The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)

TEFAP is a federally and state funded program designed to distribute food commodities, also known as USDA foods. The Wyoming Department of Family Services has been designated by the Governor as the State distributing agency under the Code of Federal Regulations, allowing Wyoming to receive, store, distribute and account for food commodities provided to Wyoming by the USDA.
Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies contracts with the Wyoming Department of Family Services to deliver the food received by the State. Partner agencies in all 23 counties distribute TEFAP product. Product varies month-to-month and can include canned fruits and vegetables, starches such as rice or potatoes, juice, cereal, frozen meat and fresh produce. There is no charge to participate and all food is free to qualifying agencies.

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