Shoppers who use Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/EBT benefits can stretch their food budget to buy more fruits and vegetables with SNAP Market Match at participating farmers markets! Look for the SNAP Market Match currency, logo, and vendor signs at local farmers markets.
How SNAP Market Match Works
If you use SNAP/EBT:
- Go to a participating market's information booth and tell them you’d like SNAP Market Match
- Swipe your EBT card for the amount you want to spend
- You will receive that amount in EBT tokens and the same amount in SNAP Market Match dollars. Markets match $40 or more per day, check with your local market for their daily match amount.
- Shop for:
- Fresh vegetables
- Fresh fruits
- Fresh herbs
- Seeds and plants that produce food (for example, tomato seeds or tomato plants)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can receive SNAP Market Match?
Customers who use the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/EBT benefits quality for SNAP Market Match incentives.
Which products are not eligible for SNAP Market Match?
SNAP Market Match currency cannot be used for:
- Dried, canned, or frozen vegetables
- Dried, canned, or frozen fruits (including jams/jellies, and fruit juice or cider)
- Dried herbs
- Nuts, seeds, eggs, baked goods, seafood or meats, and milk or cheese
Is there a limit of how much SNAP Market Match a customer can earn?
Markets match $40 or more per day, check the participating markets list below and with your local market for their daily match amount.
Participating Stores by County
Request Promotional Materials
Free printed rack cards and posters are available in 22 languages.
To order free materials fill out the Promotional Materials form.
Questions? Contact us at SNAP.MarketMatch@doh.wa.gov, or phone (360) 236-3148.
Stay up to date with SNAP Match Programs by subscribing to our newsletter. Look for Fruit and Vegetable Incentives Program under Prevention and Community Health (PCH).
SNAP Produce Match is administered by the Washington State Department of Health and material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2020-70030-33180.