Info on Mexico’s anti-hunger card

Mexico’s Crusade Against Hunger (Cruzada Nacional Sin Hambre) recently posted this info-graphic on its Twitter:

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It says that beneficiaries can receive the following 14 products: oats, beans, rice, corn, cornmeal, chiles, tuna, sardines, flour, chocolate, oil, coffee, eggs, and powdered milk at DICONSA stores (the poster depicts a mobile one).  It says their monthly value would be 638 pesos, which at today’s rates comes to about 50 U.S. dollars and that the products were selected for the nutritional value.