More information for WIC families on infant formula availability can be found at the California WIC Infant Formula Availability webpage. General guidance and information for California families about the shortages can be found at the California Department of Public Health Infant Formula webpage.

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Bottled Juice and Concentrate Juice
Can Buy | Any brand pasteurized juice in authorized flavors, sizes, and forms listed below. Must have “100% Juice” and “80% Vitamin C” (or more) on the front label. Added Calcium and/or Vitamin D are allowed.

Fresh Vegetables
Can Buy
  • 64 oz bottled (ready-to-drink) containers or
  • 11.5 oz, 12 oz, or 16 oz concentrate (frozen or non-frozen) containers

Apple

Cranberry

Grape

  • Red, Purple, or White

Grapefruit

  • Ruby Red, Pink, or White *

Orange *

Pineapple

Prune

Tomato

  • Regular, low sodium, or spicy

Vegetable

  • Regular, low sodium, or spicy

Juice Blends

  • Juice that is named as two or more authorized flavors on the front label, such as Cranberry-Grape, Apple-Grape, or Cran-Apple
Helpful Hint

To get the most juice:

  • For children, choose 64 oz bottles or 16 oz frozen or non-frozen containers.
  • For women, choose 11.5 oz or 12 oz frozen or non-frozen containers.
  • Orange juice and white grapefruit juice are not required to have “80% Vitamin C” on the front label.
Cannot Buy
  • Any other flavor, type, or size of juice
  • Juice not labeled as listed above
  • Refrigerated juice
  • Diet, light, or lite juice
  • Organic juice
  • Cider
  • Juice with added ingredients or supplements, such as caffeine, carnitine, chromium, DHA, echinacea, ginkgo biloba, ginseng, guarana, St. John’s wort, taurine, or wheatgrass



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