The Washington Department of Health is looking for feedback from people who use the State WIC nutrition program.
Women, Infants and Children services is making changes to its program, and WIC leaders want your suggestions.
They are hoping to improve nutrition, interaction with vendors and retailers, and upgrade services at state offices and local clinics.
"We're looking at this as a time where we're making some major changes and so if there's anything out there that effects the delivery of service or that type of service including the foods this is really the perfect time to be giving us that input," said Annie Goodwin, Preventive Health Supervisor, Benton Franklin Health District.
If you use WIC, and have some suggestions - you can either call, email or write in your comments.
To find out how, just place your cursor over the "News" tab, click on "On Air Links" in the drop down menu, then click on "Seeking WIC Comments".