Supplemental Food Program: Savings from Food Purchases Could Increase WIC Participation : Briefing Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Nutrition and Investigations, Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, U.S. Senate
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1987 Minus infant 36%a of total additional eligible participants additional participants based administrative costs average contract costs Average monthly food average retail costs breastfeeding combined retail purchase competitive bidding contract costs weighted cost per person costs for food costs per participant costs—all WIC food direct distribution eligible WIC participants estimated monthly average excluding infant formula extrapolations fiscal year 1988 food costs—all WIC food items—per participant food per participant home delivery system infant formula 36%a items—per participant served July 9 Maryland and Ohio Maryland's savings rate Minus infant formula Mississippi monthly average retail monthly food cost monthly food costs—all number of additional number of eligible Ohio's savings rate proportion of participants purchase WIC food retail and contract retail price retail purchase system savings achieved Savings and Additional savings and increased Supplemental Food Program system in fiscal systems—retail purchase total food costs WIC Directors WIC food items WIC food items—per WIC program