The “Healthy Bucks” program allows SNAP recipients to obtain additional fresh fruits and vegetables when they use their SNAP benefits to purchase fresh produce at participating farmers markets.
SNAP recipients who purchase at least $5 with their SNAP EBT card at participating locations receive $10 in Healthy Bucks tokens to purchase additional fresh fruits and vegetable on their next purchase.
Healthy Bucks farmers and farmers’ markets are located in the following counties:
- Anderson – Anderson County Farmers Market
- Beaufort – Three Sisters Farm, LLC
- Berkeley – Salty Seafood
- Charleston – Johns Island Farmers Market, Joseph Fields Farm, O Freeman Farm, and Simmons’ Farm
- Chester – Chester Farmers & Artisans Market, The Chester Market of Cotton Hills, and The Market at Cotton Hills Farm
- Colleton – Colleton Museum Farmers Market
- Edgefield – Cooks Roadside Market
- Greenville – City of Greenville Saturday Market, Mill Village Mobile Market, and Travelers Rest Farmers Market
- Kershaw – Kershaw County Farmers Market
- Orangeburg – Right Choice Fresh Start Farmers Market
- Pickens – Easley Farmers Market
- Richland – FoodShare Columbia, Dianne’s Call
- Spartanburg – Hub City Farmers Market
- Sumter – Dianne’s Call
- York – Black’s Peaches
Healthy Bucks is a year-round program; however, some farmers and farmers’ markets are seasonal.
For more information, contact Krystal L. Brown at 803-898-7626.