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    Nutrition education is an integral part of the WIC program. Through online classes, group education, personalized counseling, and a variety of educational opportunities, WIC supports Texas families in making healthy choices to promote positive outcomes.

    Topics: WIC Providers

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    This page contains links to the WIC weekly memos, policy changes, and important messages.

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    Listing of jobs with WIC Agencies in Texas.

    Topics: WIC Providers, Jobs

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    A listing of WIC Directors.

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    This module is designed to be used as an outreach program and to provide education to childcare center employees and owners on supporting breastfeeding mothers whose babies are in their care.

    Topics: WIC Providers, Child Care Licensing/Regulation

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    The Texas WIC Program offers online and in-person breastfeeding courses to prepare healthcare professionals to support breastfeeding women and infants. 

    Topics: WIC Providers, Women

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    Information about breastfeeding peer counselors.

    Topics: WIC Providers, Women

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    Texas WIC strives to improve the health and well-being of Texas and WIC families by educating, empowering, and supporting women to breastfeed.

    Topics: WIC Providers, Women

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    Information about submitting a new Universal Product Code (UPC).

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    A list of WIC Vendor News Flashes.

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    Vendors must declare and sell their least expensive brand (LEB) for each type and size of WIC authorized milk, fluid and frozen juice, cheese, whole wheat/grain bread, wheat tortillas, and corn tortillas. At least 85% of an outlet’s WIC monthly redemptions within these food types (category/subcategories) must be the vendor’s declared LEB.

    Topics: WIC Providers, Policy

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    In Texas WIC, the specific allowable foods are selected for inclusion in the food packages based on federal regulations, statewide availability, packaging and cost. Annually, Texas WIC reviews the Authorized Product List (APL) and selects specific foods that will improve the diet of WIC participants.

    Topics: Food, WIC Providers

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    Information about Texas WIC Vendor Management & Operations Unit

    Topics: Contact, WIC Providers

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    Download and print individual WIC policies and procedures, or print the entire manual.

    Topics: Children, Food, Licensing and Credentialing, Policy, WIC Providers, Women

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    In accordance with Federal civil rights law and USDA civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

    Topics: WIC Providers