About 10,000 students in Michigan will benefit from a federal summer food program, in which low-income families receive $60 per month to buy nutritious food. A pilot program in Grand Rapids, where 86% of students receive free or reduced-price meals, last year served 2,500 students during the summer when they weren't getting meals at school. The program in sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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