Does WIC cover baby cereal?

What baby food can you get on WIC?

Baby Food–Meats

  • Beech-Nut.
  • Beech-Nut Organic.
  • Gerber.
  • Gerber Organic.
  • O Organics.
  • Tippy Toes.
  • Tippy Toes Organic.
  • Wild Harvest Organic.

What cereal can you get off WIC?

General Mills has more than two dozen cereals eligible for WIC.

Breakfast cereal

  • Cheerios (original)
  • MultiGrain Cheerios.
  • Kix Honey.
  • Kix Berry Berry.
  • Kix.
  • Rice Chex.
  • Corn Chex.
  • Cinnamon Chex.

How long is baby on WIC formula?

Only mothers who choose the Fully or Mostly Breastfeeding Packages will receive WIC foods for one full year. Moms who breastfeed some or fully formula feed will receive a food package until the baby is 6 months old.

Can I buy baby food pouches with WIC?

Now WIC™ authorized, Once Upon a Farm Baby Food Bowl are the first line of organic, refrigerated baby food eligible under WIC™.

How much food does WIC give you?


Foods Children ——————Women———————-
Fruits and vegetables $8.00 in cash value vouchers $11.00 in cash value vouchers
Whole wheat bread 4 2 lb 1 lb
Fish (canned) 5 N/A 30 oz
Legumes, dry or canned and/or Peanut butter 1 lb (64 oz canned) Or 18 oz 1 lb (64 ounce canned) And 18 oz

What formulas does WIC cover?

WIC Approved Formulas

  • Similac Advance. Similac Soy Isomil.
  • Similac Sensitive. Similac Total Comfort. Similac for Spit-Up.
  • Similac NeoSure. Similac Alimentum. Nutramigen.
  • Gerber Extensive H.A. Enfamil EnfaCare. PediaSure. (all flavors) PediaSure with Fiber. (all flavors)
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Does WIC cover breast pumps?

WIC can provide you with a free manual and electric breast pumps to help you reach your breastfeeding goals. Nursing mothers should talk to their WIC center staff or call (888) 278-6455 to learn more.

How many ounces of food should a 6 month old eat?

6-9 Months Old

Aim to feed Baby no more than 32 ounces of formula daily. When breastfeeding, they should eat anywhere from 4 to 8 ounces at each feeding. Since Baby is still getting most of their calories from liquid, don’t stress about getting them to eat bite after bite of solid food.