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Competitive bidding (for WIC) The term 'Competitive bidding (for WIC) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' With respect to the WIC program, refers to the method for containing program costs, particularly for infant formula contained in food packages; requires state WIC agencies to solicit bids to infant formula companies for the sale of their product. This is recommended but not required for other products sold through the program'.
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