WIC makes it easier for you to provide the healthy, delicious foods that you feel good about giving your family! WIC foods are chosen because they contain the nutrients that women, infants and children need during pregnancy, breastfeeding, infancy, and early childhood.
Examples of WIC foods include milk, cereal, cheese, eggs, fruit juice, peanut butter, dried beans/peas, canned beans, whole grain bread, tortillas, brown rice, canned fish, infant formula, infant cereal, baby fruits and vegetables, baby meats, tofu, soy milk, and fruits & vegetables. You can purchase free healthy food and formula at over 1000 authorized grocery stores and pharmacies in Massachusetts.
WIC Approved Food Guide
WIC Formula List
How to Use Your WIC Card in the Grocery Stores
Area grocery stores and pharmacies
This information is provided by the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program within the Department of Public Health .
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