The Food Stamp Program Is Going Out of Business in Florida

The Food Stamps program in Florida is going out of business, a spokesperson for the Florida Department of Financial Services told Breitbart News.

The Food Stamp Program, which was established in 1996, is intended to provide food assistance to low-income families who do not qualify for other programs, such as food stamps.

The Foodstamps program provides a cash benefit to individuals and families for food purchases, but not groceries.

The program was originally intended to supplement welfare benefits for low-wage workers and their families, but it was eventually expanded to cover the entire population of Florida.

Florida has a high poverty rate, and it is estimated that nearly one in five Florida residents live below the poverty line.

However, in 2014, the federal government estimated that only 13 percent of Floridians were food stamp eligible.

This is because the Food Stamping program relies on state-run, federally-funded programs that are not funded through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the federal program for the elderly and disabled.

Since the program was expanded in 2009, the number of eligible households in Florida has dropped from 7,000 households to 5,600.

As of January 2018, the program has a budget of $1.8 billion, according to the Florida Division of Economic Development.

The department says that more than 8,400 Florida families are eligible for the program, with more than 1,300 families receiving a total of $3.4 million in benefits.

Despite this, the Food Stamp program has seen its income plummet over the past five years.

According to the Food Bank of the United States, Florida has lost nearly $2.5 billion in state aid since 2009.

The agency said that, in 2017, there were 8.4 families receiving food stamps in Florida.

As the program is no longer available, this means more families will be without assistance.

The Florida Department is expected to release its final numbers in late 2019.