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It's for opening your cans of commodity juice, I remember using one quite often.
This is a gem - Commodity foods predated 'food stamps". No trading that can of mystery meat for drugs or booze, eh?

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CSFP has come a long way since 1980's when it supplied eligible women, infants and children. Some foods available when this photo was taken included: Infant Formula, Canned Meat, Canned Fruit and Vegetables, Fruit Juices, Instant Non-fat Dry Milk, Instant Farina, Instant Potatoes, Peanut Butter, Dried Egg Mix, Evaporated Milk, Light Corn Syrup and Processed Cheese. Today, CSFP has over 50 items on its Foods Available List and is now designed to meet the nutritional needs of Seniors. (USDA - USDA Foods from Farm to Plate: June 2015 ( )

Today - is called WIC
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