What is SNAP?
SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, is the nation’s most important anti-hunger program. SNAP provides important nutritional support for low-wage working families, low-income seniors, and people with disabilities living on fixed incomes, and other individuals and households in need.
How to use SNAP
1. Find the SNAP/EBT tent and speak to the representative.
2. Use your SNAP/EBT card to purchase $1 or $5 wooden tokens. Tokens work like cash at the GreenMarket.
3. Spend your tokens at any farm stand that displays a SNAP/EBT sign.
The Delray Beach Public Library is available for residents to sign up for the SNAP program. Call the Library at (561) 266-0194 for more information.
Fresh Access Bucks
The Delray Greenmarket is now participating in Feeding Florida’s Fresh Access Bucks (FAB) program, an initiative that increases access to healthy, local, fresh produce for SNAP recipients.
Participants can receive a match of up to $40 every Saturday, increasing the affordability/accessibility of healthy foods and nutrition education at the market.
Current GreenMarket Vendors Accepting SNAP:
- A Kitchen DB
- Aurora’s Kitchen
- Counter Culture Kombucha
- Door 2 Door Microgreens
- Gratitude Garden Farm
- Islamorada Coffee Roasters
- Jerry Sanchez
- Pasta Amore
- Pickled Penos
- Produce Buddies
- Red Splender Farms
- Smack Attack Honey (Florida Honey)
- Tennessee Bob’s
SNAP/FAB is available every Greenmarket.
The Greenmarket is held every Saturday 9am – 2pm
On the corner of East Atlantic Ave. & North Swinton Ave.
For more information on SNAP/FAB and how to utilize it at the market, please email Dominique at email@example.com.