What kinds of foods are on WIC?

WIC foods meet the special nutritional needs of pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum moms, infants, and children up to 5 years old. WIC supports successful, long-term breastfeeding.

WIC provides a wide variety of healthy foods that includes:

Fruits and vegetables, whole grains, breakfast cereals fortified with iron and low in sugar, a variety of protein foods such as eggs, dried peas and beans, peanut butter and tofu, Good sources of calcium such as milk, cheese, yogurt, and fortified soy beverages, juice, baby food, infant formula.

For more detail about WIC foods visit: https://www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/WIC/WICFoods

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1. What is WIC?
2. How Do I Sign up for WIC?
3. Do I qualify for WIC?
4. What do I bring to my WIC appointment?
5. How do I make a WIC appointment?
6. What kinds of foods are on WIC?
7. Do I need proof of citizenship to qualify for WIC?
8. Can I get help with food for my children under 5 years old?
9. I need help getting formula, how do I do that?
10. How can I get more fresh fruit and veggies on a limited budget?
11. What stores accept WIC?
12. What about dads, grandparents or legal guardians and the WIC Program?