WIC Food Packages

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  • Whole Grains

    Eat More Whole Grains

    This series of education materials developed by Texas WIC serves to provide guidance on breastfeeding promotion as it relates to the implementation of the new food packages.
  • Farmers' Market Cookbook

    Farmers' Market Cookbook

    Developed by Maryland WIC.
  • Breastfeeding: A Gift for Your Family

    Healthy Eating: A Gift for You and your family
    Breastfeeding: A Gift for your baby

    Healthy Eating: A Gift for Your Family
    and Breastfeeding: A Gift for Your Baby provide mothers with limited literacy and resources access to the essentials of breastfeeding and nutrition. This multi-media, bi-lingual site communicates through culturally-sensitve videos, animation, photographs, diagrams and audio. This site was created by the Fund for the City of New York in partnership with the Morrisania Neighborhood Family Heath Center-WIC program in the Bronx, NY. For additonal information, please visit the Fund for the City of New York’s Parenthood Plus program.
  • Healthy Habits Campaign

    Healthy Habits Campaign

    The California WIC Program has developed a series of activities designed to prepare for the upcoming food package changes. The campaign includes training on staff wellness, healthy lifestyle changes, the new food package, medical referrals and participant education on these topics as well as using the new WIC food checks. Includes materials in Spanish, Armenian, Chinese, Hmong, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese.
  • Low-Fat Milk

    Low-Fat and Fat-Free Milk: a habit she will carry for the rest of her life

    This handout was developed by Massachusetts to promote switching to 1% low fat and fat free milk after age 2 and provides tips for making the switch.

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