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WIC Infant Formula Bidding Requirements To Encompass Soy-Based Products

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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State WIC agencies awarding a "single solicitation" bid for milk-based infant formula must require any manufacturer who does not also produce a soy-based formula to subcontract for supply of a soy product, the Food & Nutrition Service says in an interim rule.

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