(WXIA) -- The Georgia Department of Education will once again offer its Seamless Summer nutrition program when school lets out for the year.
Seamless Summer provides free meals to children under the age of 18. No registration or income verification is required to receive the food.
According to the GDOE, more than 77 percent of the 500,000 breakfasts and 1.1 million lunches it serves during the school year are provided for free or at a reduced price. Georgia ranks in the top five nationwide for states with children who participate in the School Breakfast Program and/or National School Lunch Program.
In the past, more than 2,200 locations across Georgia have served meals through the Seamless Summer program.
Learn more at fns.usda.gov.