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Free lunch (or breakfast, snack, or milk) The term 'Free lunch (or breakfast, snack, or milk) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' Refers to a federally subsidized meal (or snacks or half-pint of milk) that is offered under a child nutrition program at no cost to children who apply for and whose family income qualifies them for it. Income eligibility for free meals is set at 130% or less of the federal poverty income level, and substantially higher subsidies generally are provided for these meals than for paid meals, or reduced price meals'.
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