Coronavirus Food Assistance Program for Specialty Crops – Facts for Fancy Fruit

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program for Specialty Crops

The USDA Coronavirus Assistance Program (CFAP) is accepting applications up until tomorrow (Sept. 11). These should be made by contacting a USDA-FSA office.

Producers of specialty crops are eligible for CFAP payments for losses for the following three categories:

  1. Had crops that suffered a five percent-or-greater reduction in sales price between mid-January and mid-April as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,
  2. Had produce shipped but subsequently spoiled or was unpaid due to loss of marketing channel, and
  3. Had shipments that did not leave the farm or mature crops that remained unharvested.

More details on the program are here:

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