WIC changes food program to encourage healthy choices

The federal Women Infant and Children Special Supplemental Nutrition Program has changed its food package for the first time in 30 years to encourage healthier food choices. The program now includes fruits, vegetables, whole grain breads, baby food and canned fish.

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