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Stretch your SNAP benefits by shopping for fresh foods at your local matching farmers market!

While most of Oregon Farmers markets accept SNAP benefits (also known as Food Stamps, EBT or Oregon Trail), many also offer a matching program, which doubles SNAP purchases dollar for dollar up to a certain amount – meaning you could get $10 worth of food for only $5 from your SNAP account.

To learn more about starting a SNAP incentive program at your local market, visit Oregon Farmers Markets Association for a planning guide. Thank you to our partners Farmers Market Fund and Oregon Farmers Market Association for help with compiling the information below–check them out for more information on farmers markets in Oregon.

Want to start a SNAP incentive program at your local market?

Visit Oregon Farmers Markets Association for a planning guide

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Learn more about SNAP at farmers markets

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Find a participating farmers' market on the list from Double Up Food Bucks

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Double Up Food Bucks at grocery stores, too!

The Double Up Food Bucks program keeps growing in Oregon and you can now double up on fruits and vegetables at 100 locations across the state, including over 20 participating grocery stores.

Grocery stores distribute Double Up Food Bucks incentives when you purchase fruits and vegetables. Double Up Food Bucks is distributed through a receipt printed coupon or customer loyalty account, that can then be used at your next visit for free fruits and vegetables. Currently, Double Up incentives can only be used at the grocery store where they were issued.  Contact your local store to learn more about how to earn and redeem Double Up where you shop.

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Please Note

Each market has guidelines for how the matching dollars can be used. Ask market staff or volunteers for details. Check each farmers market’s website for more details on their particular matching programs, as details may vary.