WIC in Vermont
Vermont WIC uses a home delivery system to distribute the majority of the WIC food benefit. Starting in October 2009, Vermont added retail grocers as authorized WIC vendors, but only for the fruits and vegetables in the new WIC food package. Follow the links below for guidance, forms and materials for home delivery and retail vendors.
NEW! Beginning in June 2015, Vermont WIC will be transitioning from home deliveries of WIC foods to using an electronic benefits transfer program. Participants will use their new Vermont WIC card to buy all WIC food items at an authorized grocery store. Click here to learn more about upcoming changes.
Information about becoming an authorized grocer for eWIC
Eligibility requirements & application process for WIC retail vendors
Training requirements and opportunities, along with links to DVD, powerpoint, and printed training resources for vendors.
Describes programs rules, operations and requirements, including monitoring, sanctions and penalties.
Materials for Retail Vendors
Click on these links to download or order materials from the WIC program.
- Cashier card
- Store poster
- New store poster (coming soon with eWIC)
- Store decals
- Point of Sale (POS) sign
- Shelf tags (order only)
To have materials sent to you, e-mail the WIC program with your request.
If you want to develop and use your own posters and shelf signs, you must first obtain permission from the state office. Click here to request permission, and attach a copy of your draft materials.
Home Delivery Vendors
Describes requirements, selection criteria and the process for becoming a home delivery vendor for WIC. For more information regarding the bid process for WIC contracts, visit Buildings and General Services, Office of Purchasing and Contracting.
- WIC Home delivery specifications
- Training - Home Delivery vendors are required to attend annual vendor training on Civil Rights.