Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP2)

Are You Eligible for Assistance Through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2?

Signup for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2) began on Sept. 21, 2020 and will continue through Dec. 11, 2020. CFAP 2 provides eligible producers with direct financial assistance due to market disruptions and associated costs because of COVID-19.

Many more commodities are eligible for CFAP 2 than CFAP 1. Our new, easy-to-use CFAP 2 Eligible Commodities Finder makes finding payment rates specific to your operation simple. Try it out here:

CFAP 2 Eligible Commodities Finder

U.S. raisin growers (producers) are eligible to apply for funds under the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2), the second USDA direct payment program for producers who continue to face market disruptions and associated costs because of COVID-19. CFAP 2 is distinct from the first Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP 1), so raisin producers that applied for CFAP 1 will need to submit a separate CFAP 2 application to their Farm Service Agency (FSA), USDA county office.

The report below provides payment rates, requirements, limitations and other information necessary for understanding the Sales Commodity category within CFAP 2.

Raisins are among the specialty crops eligible for payments under the Sales Commodities category. A complete list of eligible sales commodities can be found at:

Additional Information and to submit the application:

Help Available from USDA to Apply for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2

At USDA, they are committed to helping you complete program applications, and USDA’s Farm Service Agency staff can help guide you through the process of applying for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2), including preparing and submitting required paperwork. There is no need to hire a paid preparer.

Additionally, translation services are available in all USDA Service Centers, so one-on-one assistance with a Service Center employee can be translated in real time. To find the nearest USDA Service Center, visit

A call center is also available for producers who would like additional support with the CFAP 2 application process. Please call 877-508-8364 to speak directly with a USDA employee ready to offer assistance. The call center can provide service to non-English speaking customers. Customers will select 1 for English and 2 to speak with a Spanish speaking employee. For other languages, customers select 1 and indicate their language to the call center staff to be connected to an over-the-phone translation service.

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The Raisin Administrative Committee is a federal marketing order, led by 47 growers, packers and a public member. The RAC is directly overseen by the United States Department of Agriculture and was created in 1949 as a result of the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937.

The Raisin Administrative Committee meets regularly at our headquarters in downtown Fresno, employs a staff of 12, collects and distributes delivery data weekly, shipment data monthly, publishes an annual report of industry statistics and policies, actively and directly markets into 19 foreign nations, and collaborates with the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service.

What we offer:
Statistics, data, and reports regarding all of the above, as well as historical information and data originating in 1949.

Where to find us:
Raisin Administrative Committee 2445 Capitol Street, Suite 200 – Fresno, CA 93721-2236


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