The persons who are in an asylum procedure and are accommodated in a refugee camp are entitled to receive three meals per day.
The meals are provided by the Agency for Refugees in the form of cooked or packaged food. The food is in conformity with the religious restrictions observed by the majority of those accommodated in the camps; this is why pork meat is avoided by way of principle.
The food for three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is distributed twice a day for adults.
Unaccompanied children who are in Bulgaria alone without their parents or relatives are entitled to have their food distributed three time a day.