The Department of Agriculture is reviewing changes that would add more fruits and vegetables to a federal program, called Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, that provides food for poor women and children. Some food industry groups are wary of the new proposals. "We don't have a problem adding [fruits and vegetables]. They just shouldn't come at the expense of dairy," said Chip Kunde, senior vice president at the International Dairy Foods Association.
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