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EBT Customers: Double Your Money With Harvest Health Coupons at the Farmers Market!


The Brattleboro Farmers' Market announces the arrival of Harvest Health Coupons for EBT customers! Use your EBT card at the manager's booth at market and get free matching value in coupons- up to $10, per visit.

The Brattleboro Farmers' Market will have Harvest Health Coupons while supplies last, at both Saturday and Wednesday locations. Use these coupons to stretch your EBT dollars, which can buy fresh berries and vegetables of all kinds, maple syrup, jams, and honey, eggs and meat, fresh breads and granola to take home (EBT and Harvest Health CANNOT purchase hot lunches).

Summer bounty is rolling in at the market and it's a great time to shop local, and get the freshest produce and support the farmers who grow it.

The Saturday Farmers' Market runs from 9am to 2pm, outdoors on Rte 9 in West Brattleboro (no dogs, please) and the Wednesday Farmers' Market is open 10am to 2 pm downtown by the Brattleboro Co-op on the Whetstone Pathway. EBT and debit are welcome!

802-254-8885.

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Seniors?

Senior citizens who receive Social Security get their food assistance benefits deposited directly into their checking accounts. No EBT card. It seems like this program would be helpful to that population but how would it work at the markets?

 

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