Impacted Riverside County residents have until Sept. 19 to report food loss RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. —CalFresh households that experienced food losses due to Tropical Storm Hilary and used benefits to purchase that food have until September 19 to report the losses and request replacement benefits.The state recently approved extending the standard reporting period for food loss from 10 to 30 days. The additional time allows impacted CalFresh households in Riverside County to assess their losses and recover as much as possible.State officials estimate approximately 20,600 households in the affected areas received an estimated $6.5 million in CalFresh benefits, some of which may have been used to purchase food subsequently destroyed because of the August 20 storm.“This weathe
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