Food Stamp Vi­o­la­tions Charge

The Covington News - - SPORTS -

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.

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