SNAP Produce Match

Shoppers who use Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/EBT benefits can stretch their food budget to buy more fruits and vegetables with SNAP Produce Match at participating grocery stores! 

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How SNAP Produce Match Works

Washington state EBT card

Grocery Stores

  1. Find a store in your area and note whether they offer a coupon or discount:
  2. See the diagrams below to learn how the coupon or discount works at your chosen store


SNAP market examples for cupon



SNAP Market Discount Example
  1. Use your SNAP/EBT card to buy at least $10 in fresh, frozen, and canned fruits and vegetables with no added salt, sugar, or fat and start saving!


You can use SNAP Produce Match online for Amazon Fresh Purchases and at

  1. Check to see if delivery is available in your area. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more.
  2. Create an account at the store you want to use and add your EBT card.
  3. Use your EBT card to buy at least $10 of fresh, frozen, and canned fruits and vegetables with no added salt, sugar, or fat.
  4. After you checkout, a coupon will be added to your account. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information about the coupon.
  5. Use the coupon to buy fruits and vegetables next time you shop online.

Participating Stores

County City Location (Facility) Name Full Address
Asotin Clarkston Albertsons 400 Bridge Street, Clarkston WA, 99403
Benton Albertsons 5204 West Clearwater, WA, 99336
Benton Richland Safeway 333 1803 George Washington Way, Richland WA, 99352
Benton Kennewick Safeway 335 West 2825 Kennewick Avenue, Kennewick WA, 99336
Chelan Wenatchee Albertsons 1128 N. Miller , Wenatchee WA, 99801
Chelan Wenatchee Safeway 1449 501 N Miller St., Wenatchee WA, 98801
Chelan Leavenworth Safeway 1589 116 Riverbend Dr., Leavenworth WA, 98826
Chelan Chelan Safeway 3265 106 West Manson Road, Chelan WA, 98816
Clallam Sequim Safeway 1448 680F West Washington, Sequim WA, 98382
Clallam Port Angeles Safeway 1492 110 East 3rd Street, Port Angeles WA, 98362
Clallam Port Angeles Safeway 1922 2709 E Highway 101, Port Angeles WA, 98362
Clark Vancouver Albertsons 14300 NE 20th Ave., Vancouver WA, 98686
Clark Battle Ground Albertsons 2108 W Main St., Battle Ground WA, 98604
Clark Vancouver Safeway 1103 6701 East Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver WA, 98661
Clark Camas Safeway 1287 800 NE Third, Camas WA, 98607
Clark Vancouver Safeway 1519 13719 SE Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver WA, 98684
Clark Vancouver Safeway 1611 6711 NE 63rd St, Vancouver WA, 98661
Clark Vancouver Safeway 1653 2615 NE 112th Avenue, Vancouver WA, 98684
Clark Vancouver Safeway 1704 6700 NE 162nd Ave Suite 500, Vancouver WA, 98682
Clark Vancouver Safeway 1842 13023 NE Hwy 99, Suite 1, Vancouver WA, 98686
Clark Vancouver Safeway 400 3707 North Main Street, Vancouver WA, 98663
Clark Battle Ground Safeway 4313 904 West Main Street, Battle Ground WA, 98604
Clark Vancouver Safeway 4405 408 NE 81st, Vancouver WA, 98665
Cowlitz Longview Safeway 1078 2930 Ocean Beach Highway, Longview WA, 98632
Cowlitz Woodland Safeway 1762 1725 Pacific Avenue, Woodland WA, 98674
Cowlitz Kelso Safeway 2637 411 Three Rivers Drive, Kelso WA, 98626
Cowlitz Longview Safeway 91 1227 15th Avenue, Longview WA, 98632
Douglas Grand Coulee Safeway 3247 101 Grand Coulee Highway, Grand Coulee WA, 99133
Douglas East Wenatchee Safeway 3521 510 Grant Rd, East Wenatchee WA, 98802
Franklin PASCO Fiesta Foods 115 S 10TH AVE, PASCO WA, 99301

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about using your coupons in grocery stores and online.

Request Promotional Material

Free printed rack cards, flyers (8.5” x 11”), and posters (24” x 36”) are available in 20 languages.

To order free materials fill out the  Promotional Materials form.


Questions? Contact us at, 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 2023-70415-41067.