Using EBT cards at farmers markets
Learn how to use your EBT card at Minnesota farmers markets.
More and more Minnesota farmers markets accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits when you shop with your Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card.
Check the website or Facebook page of your local farmers market to see if it accepts EBT cards. You can find lists of Minnesota farmers markets accepting EBT cards on the following websites:
- Find your local farmers market — Minnesota Farmer's Market Association
- Market Bucks Map 2022 — Map from Hunger Solutions, some markets might have Market Bucks that do not appear on this map.
- Find a local farmer's market — U.S. Department of Agriculture
SNAP/EBT customers can triple their purchasing power at participating farmers markets. Every $1 of SNAP/EBT benefits spent is matched by $1 in Market Bucks and $1 in Produce Market Bucks — up to $10 every time a customer visits the market! Hunger Solutions Minnesota administers the program and has fliers and brochures available on their website.
The Twin Cities Mobile Market — a grocery store on wheels that brings fresh produce, meat, and groceries to 25 locations throughout the Twin Cities — also accepts SNAP/EBT and offers Market Bucks. See when it will be in your neighborhood.
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