Georgia Department Of Public Health
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is the lead agency in preventing disease, injury and disability; promoting health and well-being; and preparing
Actived: Monday Oct 19, 2020
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Coupons and BOGO Items Manufacturer’s cents off coupons allow customers to purchase certain items at a lower price. For example, a coupon may offer a price discount of 50 cents off a box of cereal. In a transaction that only includes WIC items, the value of the coupon would be applied to the WIC transaction. Manufacturer’s Cents Off Coupons
WIC Approved Foods List | Georgia Department of Public Health
Georgia WIC Food Package Revised July 2018 The WIC Approved Foods List shows the types, sizes, and packaging of foods WIC participants may receive with their WIC vouchers. This update adds new food options of yogurt and whole wheat pasta and removes packaging options discontinued by the manufacturer.
At off-campus, school-sponsored events On school buses or other vehicles used to transport students Outside on school grounds, including parking lots and playing fields In school buildings d. c. b. a. 8.9999999999999998E-4 8.9999999999999998E-4 8.9999999999999998E-4 8.9999999999999998E-4 Middle Schools At off-campus, school-sponsored events
Paid Time Off. Mid-Certification (Infant) FMNP coupons are printed in the WIC clinic and issued to participants to allow them to purchase fresh fruit and vegetables from participating Farmers Markets. Coupons Printed On Demand (CPOD) differs from Vegetable and Fruit Vouchers in appearance, value and redemption process
G E O R G I A 2018 School Health Profiles Report Weighted
At off-campus, school-sponsored events 94.5 88.8 - 97.4 92 88.4 83.6 - 91.8 120 - - 7 91.0 87.6 - 93.5 219 N = Unweighted number of observations Page 32 of 63 - Results are suppressed due to insufficient number of respondents in subgroup.
G E O R G I A 2016 School Health Profiles Report Weighted
At off-campus, school-sponsored events 96.4 92.1 - 98.4 116 94.2 91.0 - 96.3 164 - - 9 95.3 93.1 - 96.9 289 N = Unweighted number of observations Page 30 of 64 - Results are suppressed due to insufficient number of respondents in subgroup.