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Providers Choice - Food Program in Minnesota

Welcome to Providers Choice

Food Program Benefits

The USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program is a Win, Win!

  • Providers and Centers win by receiving reimbursement, training and support
  • Kids win because they learn healthy habits
  • Parents win because their kids are served nutritious meals
Free Consultation

Why Choose Providers Choice

Providers Choice is the largest sponsor of the USDA Food Program in the U.S. Since 1985 Providers Choice (PCI) has been known for its:

  • Friendly, experienced staff
  • Innovative technology & software
  • Quality training & resources
  • Recipes & curriculum
Free Consultation

Membership Perks

Providers and Centers who choose us as their Food Program sponsor receive:

  • Free Online software and 'on-the-go' mobile app
  • A listing in our Search for Child Care in MN
  • Start-up grant for new providers who are income eligible
  • Child Care Curriculum and recipes
  • Personalized parent newsletter templates
  • Opportunity to create a free web page
Free Consultation

Let Us Be Your Resource

You feed your children healthy meals. Make sure your child care provider does too. Use our Search for Child Care in MN below to find providers who participate on the Food Program. Providers Choice can also help with:

  • Delicious, kid-friendly recipes
  • Fast, affordable meal ideas
  • Tips on raising healthy eaters
  • Helpful information on children's issues
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Twist & Sprout

Twist & Sprout ℠ is a program of Providers Choice that is cultivating healthier child care by building the skills of child care providers, providing resources and engaging parents. Core components of Twist & Sprout include:

  • In-person workshops
  • Cycle menus
  • Culinary skills video series
  • Certificate program, and
  • Direct parent engagement and outreach
Find Out More

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