WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Government cost-cutting in the Women, Infants and Children program could eliminate branded products from the program and narrow consumer choice, a Grocery Manufacturers of America official told a House panel last week. Claire Regan, senior director of scientific and regulatory affairs for the GMA here, told the House Committee on Education and the Workforce that restricting benefits granted under the Women, Infants and Children program would limit the program to generic ...
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