Commodity Supplemental Foods Program (CSFP)

The Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS)

CSFP is a United States Department of Agriculture supplemental food and nutrition program that is designed to provide healthy and nutritious food each month at no cost to eligible individuals. NAPS is the name of CSFP in Minnesota.



Who is eligible for NAPS?

  • Men and women over age 60
  • Minnesota residents
  • Must meet income guidelines
  • Must not reside in a facility that provides meals and must prepare own meals

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What are the income guidelines for NAPS?

The income guidelines for NAPS are as follows:

NAPS Income Guidelines

Effective March, 2014

Household
Size
Annually
Monthly
Weekly
1
$15,171
$1,265
$292
2
$20,449
$1,705
$394
3
$25,727
$2,144
$495
4
$31,005
$2,584
$597
5
$36,283
$3,024
$698
6
$41,561
$3,464
$800
7
$46,839
$3,904
$901
8
$52,117
$4,344
$1,003
Each Additional Member
$5,278
$440
$102

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What foods do NAPS participants get?

  • Canned fruits packed in juice or light syrup; Canned vegetables with low sodium; Bottled 100% juice
  • Nonfat dry and shelf stable lowfat milk, lowfat American cheese
  • Canned meat like chicken, beef stew, chili or tuna, and peanut butter or dry beans
  • Cereal & rice or pasta

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Where are the CSFP foods distributed?

NAPS is distributed at more than 200 sites around Minnesota each month.

To find the name and telephone number of the NAPS agency that serves your county, please select your county from the following list and click the Find Agency button:

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651-201-4404 Phone

1-800-657-3942 Toll-free