WASHINGTON - The United Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Association here is supporting an initiative that for the first time would include fresh-produce vouchers in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, more commonly known as WIC. The proposed changes would benefit not only low-income women and kids, but retail produce departments, too, which would see higher traffic and potentially millions of dollars in additional sales under the proposed rule change. ...
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