MORE FORMULA OPTIONS
Ohio WIC is allowing more formula options to families beginning June 13th, 2022. These options include more sizes in the Enfamil formulas as well as different formula brands and sizes. These options do not require a change to your WIC Card.
Please click the links below to view the options.
If you have:
- Enfamil Infant powder ---> CLICK HERE
- Enfamil Gentlease powder ---> CLICK HERE
- Enfamil Prosobee and Enfamil AR powder ---> CLICK HERE
**If you want to change the type of formula on your card, you WILL need to come to the WIC clinic to change your WIC Card.**
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