This is a resource page for WIC families participating in the Colorado WIC eWIC card program. WIC clients use their eWIC card like a debit card to purchase WIC approved foods at authorized WIC grocery stores.
Find allowable WIC Foods
Search by food name, category or Universal Product Code to see if a food will be eligible to buy with your card.
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Report a problem
If you believe you found a WIC-allowed item that is not on the approved list or that you were not able to buy with your eWIC card, you can request a review of the item by completing this Colorado Universal Product Code Request Form.
- Shoppers can buy as much WIC food as they want at a time. eWIC will keep track of each month’s food allotment.
- WIC can reload the benefits card without the participant having to make a trip to the clinic.
- WIC can get more helpful information about WIC purchases.
- Store employees don't have to determine whether a food is Colorado WIC eligible. The electronic system knows.
- Works just like a debit card
- Each WIC family gets one eWIC card. At checkout, the WIC shopper swipes the card, just like a debit or credit card, and enters a personal identification number (PIN). WIC pays for the allowable foods and deducts them from the family's WIC account.
- The family’s food benefits will be added together. For example, a pregnant woman and her 3-year-old receive a total of 72 ounces of cereal, 36 ounces for each. If the mom purchases 12 ounces of cereal, her store receipt will show a balance of 60 ounces of cereal remaining.
- The family gets a monthly report for the total amount of each WIC food benefit.