Food Assistance Programs
The Market strives to bring fresh, healthy food to those who need it most. Below is information on programs that help make these products more affordable and accessible to our community.
The Supplemental Nutrition Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, provides qualifying low-income households with food benefits, access to a healthy diet and education on food preparation and nutrition. To use your EBT card at the Market, visit the Market Information Booth to purcahse red SNAP tokens to spend with our vendors.Learn More
Double Up Food Bucks
We’ll double your dollars for buying fruits and vegetables with your EBT card! For every $1 you spend at the Market, you receive another $1 FREE so you can buy more fruits and vegetables, up to $25 more per day. To participate, stop by the market information booth to purchase your SNAP tokens and receive your FREE Double Up Food Bucks tokens to spend at the Market.Learn More
Kansas Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
The program provides a once annual benefit to low-income seniors to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs and honey from the Market. A limited amount of Double Up coupons are available as well. The voucher booklets usually become available in the beginning of June. Stop by the Market Information Booth for more details.Learn More