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Healthy Bucks

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 Healthy Bucks Vendors. Effective October 1, 2022, SNAP recipients who purchase at least $5 with their SNAP EBT card at participating locations receive $15 in Healthy Bucks tokens to purchase additional fresh fruits and vegetables.

Healthy Bucks Vendors and farmers’ markets are in the following counties:

  • Aiken- Aiken County Farmers Market
  • Anderson – Anderson County Farmers Market
  • Bamberg – Food Share Bamberg
  • Barnwell – Barnwell Farmers Market
  • Beaufort – Earth People Farms
  • Beaufort – O Freeman Farms
  • Berkeley – Trident United Way/FoodShare Berkeley 
  • Calhoun – Alvin Pair Farms (Multiple Locations)
  • Charleston – Lowcountry Street Grocery, LLC (Multiple Locations)
  • Cherokee – Know2(Food Share of Cherokee)
  • Chester – The Chester Market of Cotton Hills, The Market at Cotton Hills Farm
  • Chesterfield – Chesterfield County CC
  • Colleton – Colleton Museum Farmers Market
  • Edgefield – Cooks Roadside Market
  • Fairfield- Fairfield Forward/FoodShare Fairfield, Fairfield Farmers and Artisans Market, Set in Stone Sustainability
  • Florence- Florence City Center Farmers Market, Sisters 4 The Future
  • Florence- Ellerbe Vegetable Farm
  • Georgetown – Carolina Human Reinvestment (Food Share Georgetown)
  • Greenville – Greenville TD Saturday Market, Mill Village Ministries/Mobile Market (Multiple Locations), Maranatha Farms and Wellness, Feed and Seed Company
  • Greenwood – Uptown Market
  • Hampton- Huspah Missionary FoodShare Hampton
  • Kershaw – Mobile Nutrition Center/Food Share
  • Kershaw- Lee Produce
  • Lancaster – Hope in Lancaster, Rich Hill Farm, LLC
  • Laurens – SC Empowerment Centre/Food Share Laurens
  • Laurens - Lush Acres Farm
  • Lee- Rogers Vegetable Farm, Mt. Calvary Church/Food Share
  • Marlboro- Marlboro School CC/FoodShare Marlboro 
  • Oconee – McLadke Orchards
  • Orangeburg –Right Choice Fresh Start Farmers Market, Season Seafood Corporation, Wideman Produce, McCurley Farms, Everybody Eats Globally Incorporated, Wideman Produce
  • Pickens – Feed and Seed Company
  • Richland – FoodShare Columbia, Martin Farms (Multiple Locations), Toms Creek Family Farms, Zion Canaan Farmers Market, Blythewood Farmers Market
  • Spartanburg – Hub City Farmers Market, Ruth's Gleanings/Food Share
  • Sumter –Rogers Vegetable Farm (Multiple Locations)
  • Union – Union County Farmers Market, FoodShare Union
  • Williamsburg – CMDS Pantry/ Food Share Kingstree
  • York – Food Share H.O.P.E.

Healthy Bucks is a year-round program; however, some farmers and farmers’ markets are seasonal.

For more information, please see the Healthy Bucks Client Card
Para más información, consulte la Tarjeta del Cliente.

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You may also contact: Norvell Gibson, Healthy Bucks Program Coordinator at 803.898.7626


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