Farmers Markets that Offer Double EBT – 2020 List
Thousands of Farmers Markets across the United States accept Food stamps and most match EBT dollars. This allows you to get double the food for the amount you spend.
The Double EBT Match program is also referred to in some states as the Double Up Food Bucks program.
However, most people on food stamps are not aware of this.
There are several benefits to buying your food at EBT farmers markets, including access to fresh, local produce.
In this post, we will list all the Farmers Markets near you that take food stamps and match EBT dollars.
To find a location near you, scroll down to locate your state. You will then be provided with a list of all the Farmers Markets in your state that offers the Double EBT program.
Benefits of Using EBT at Farmers Markets
As the video below explains, there are so many benefits to using your food stamps to purchase produce at farmers markets.
How to Use EBT At Farmers Markets
Using your food stamps card at Local Farmers Markets is very easy. Follow the steps below:
Step 1 – SHOW UP
Bring your EBT Card to participating farmers markets that take food stamps. Click on your state below to find a participating Farmers Market near you.
Step 2 – SWIPE
Locate the information tent/booth/stall at the farmers market.
Swipe your card for the amount you would like to spend. You will then be provided tokens or a paper receipt, which you can use to buy food at any stand at the market.
In addition, select markets will match EBT dollars. When you choose the amount you would like to spend, they will match your EBT dollars, dollar-for-dollar.
Step 3 – SHOP
Buy fresh, local food using your tokens. If you are at a farmers markets that provide EBT match, you are essentially shopping for half the price. That’s awesome!!
List of EBT Farmers Markets that offer Double EBT by State
Click on your state in the list below to get the complete list of farmers markets near you that accept food stamps.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia