What is the Delaware WIC Program?
- Nutritious foods to supplement diets,
- Information on healthy eating,
- Breastfeeding support, and
- Referrals to other healthcare, welfare and social services
to low-income women, infants & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk.
Select one of the following if you are:
- Applying for WIC (or transferring from another state)
- A Current WIC Participant
- A Health Professional
- A Vendor Seeking Information
What foods can you get?
Where can you shop? Conference Agenda
What can I learn?
Looking for more creative ways to use WIC foods? View the videos below for healthy ideas incorporating the WIC food package.
- WIC Food Demo - After School Snacks Video NEW!
- WIC Food Demo - Fast Food Makeover Video NEW!
- WIC Food Demo - Healthy Snacks Video
- WIC Food Demo - Hide and Eat Video
- WIC Food Demo - Measuring Foods Video
- WIC Food Demo - Baby Foods Video
- WIC Food Demo - Soul Food Video
- WIC Food Demo - Microwave Meals Video
- WIC Food Demo - Rainy Day BBQ Video
- WIC Food Demo - 30 Minute Meals Video
- WIC Food Demo - Fish Dishes Video
- WIC Food Demo - Breakfast Quick Tips Video
- WIC Food Demo - Hearty Bean Soups Video
- WIC Food Demo - Fall Favorites Video
For more information about WIC, check out these videos:
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