Food Stamp Violations Charge
White’s Superette, Oxford, has been barred from accepting food stamps because of program violations, the U. S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service reports.
Owned by D. Hubert White, the store was disqualified from the Food Stamp Program for five years, starting May 16th, after being charged with selling tobacco products, detergent and other ineligible items for food stamps.
J. Wallace Hill, who is in the Atlanta field office of the Food and Nutrition Service, explained that the store will not be allowed be allowed to accept food stamps during the disqualification period.
Hill added that food stamps law, can be used only food garden seed and plants to be used to produce food.