WIC Food Packages
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Healthy Habits 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 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.
Low-Fat Milk: A Healthy Choice for Your Family
North Dakota developed this handout to increase the consumption of low-fat milk.
Make the Move to Low-Fat Milk
This nutrition education lesson on low-fat milk in English and Spanish was developed by Texas WIC.
Market to Meals
To support its obesity prevention strategy of promoting healthy eating and active living, California developed curricula and tools to help WIC participants build skills for meal planning and smart shopping. These resources are part of its Market to Meals Education Campaign. Also available in Spanish.
Recipes: Easy, Low Cost, and Healthy
The Tennessee Department of Health/WIC Program developed and recently printed a cookbook, featuring recipes that are easy, low cost and healthy, which is to be given to WIC participants.
Rethink Your Drink
This educational campaign was developed by California to provide information and practice to help participants decrease consumption of sweetened drinks and increase water consumption.
These handouts were developed by Massachusetts to
encourage parents to cut back on soda and include more water in their family's diet. PDF format.
What Incredible Choices Toolkit
These handouts were created by Montana to highlight fresh fruits and vegetables which can be purchased with the Montana Fruit and Vegetable Benefit and the Montana Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program Benefit. The Toolkit includes guidance, information, materials and activities for staff to use in promoting fruits and vegetables with their WIC participants.
You Serve healthy...She'll Serve healthy
This handout was developed by Massachusetts
to offer advice and tips for parents teaching their children lifelong healthy habits.