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Image of a colorful pile of vegetable. Text reads - From October - November 2023 WIC fruit & vegetable amounts will increase to $47+ for women & $26 for children over 1. You must come into WIC for the amount to be changed on your WIC card before any monthly benefits are used.


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WIC Cooking Class. Learn 2 healthy recipes with sweet potatoes and Oatmeal. Presented by Chef Dannika Stevenson of SipSavorSoul November 15, 2023 6pm to 7pm.  Picture of chef and WIC logo.



As of August 31, 2023 you can nol longer replace 2% milk if you get 1% or skim milk on your WIC card

Due to waivers ending from the pandemic, 2% milk is no longer available as a replacement for 1% or skim milk on your WIC card as of August 31, 2023. You may have an old receipt that still says 2% is available, but this is incorrect.
Sometimes a child may be prescribed 2% milk for medical reasons and these children can continue to get 2% milk with a doctor's note.
If you have any questions about this, please call your WIC clinic. We are sorry for the inconvenience!



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