Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
From April through October, WIC participants can receive Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) vouchers to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farmers’ markets. Eligible participants receive $30 in vouchers for each FMNP eligible child and parent.
WIC vouchers (Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program vouchers) can also be DOUBLED with Double Up Food Bucks. We offer up to $30 in matching market dollars for each voucher booklet and they never expire – Double Up Food Bucks market dollars can be used throughout the entire year!
How to Use WIC Vouchers
To see if you are eligible to receive WIC vouchers, contact your local WIC clinic.
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