Use SNAP & WIC Benefits at Farmer's Markets

Did You Know: You can use Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, Women, Infants and Children (WIC) CVV vouchers, and Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) checks at many of the farmers' markets around the Valley?


Check out these guides to using your benefits at the market:

  • Farmers' Markets At A Glance [English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF)]: A quick guide to over 40 farmers' markets in the Valley, including location, hours of operation, and payment types accepted (including SNAP and WIC).
  • Get Me To The Farmers' Market (PDF): Wondering where the closest market is to the WIC office? Find your WIC office in this guide and get directions from the office to the market. Plan your trip so you can do both!

Locally Grown Produce

Buying locally-grown produce is a little different from shopping at a supermarket. With a farmers' market, you get:

  • Fresher produce
  • More nutrition in each bite
  • A variety of foods which changes with each season

Locally-grown produce means there's something new to try each time you visit the market-you'll never get bored with the same thing every time! For a preview of what you can find, check out this guide to what's in season in Arizona. (PDF)