Chris Voigt, executive director of the Washington State Potato Commission, once ate 20 potatoes a day for 60 striaight days. He wants the federal government to make it easier for poor children to eat white potatoes by getting them on the list of approved foods for the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) nutrition program. Congress is debating the proposal.
Chris Voigt, executive director of the Washington State Potato Commission, once ate 20 potatoes a day for 60 striaight days. He wants the federal government to make it easier for poor children to eat white potatoes by getting them on the list of approved foods for the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) nutrition program. Congress is debating the proposal. MCT
Chris Voigt, executive director of the Washington State Potato Commission, once ate 20 potatoes a day for 60 striaight days. He wants the federal government to make it easier for poor children to eat white potatoes by getting them on the list of approved foods for the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) nutrition program. Congress is debating the proposal. MCT

Congress spars over spuds

May 29, 2014 05:34 PM

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