Welcome to Fresh Bucks

Fresh Bucks helps Seattle residents on a tight budget afford fruits and vegetables.

Fresh Bucks is getting ready for our next enrollment cycle!
The Public Lottery application opens on October 11, 2021 at 9 a.m.

Fresh Bucks Vouchers

Eligible and enrolled customers can use Fresh Bucks Vouchers to buy fruits and vegetables at participating Seattle farmers markets, neighborhood grocers, and Safeway stores.

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If You Are Enrolled in SNAP/EBT (Food Stamps):

SNAP Produce Match

Fresh Bucks Match is Now SNAP Market Match

SNAP Produce Match

Same great program, brand new look! SNAP/EBT participants can get an unlimited, dollar-for-dollar match on fruits and vegetables at Seattle farmers markets.

Buy at least $10 in qualifying fruits and vegetables with your EBT card at participating retailers and get a $5 coupon printed directly on your receipt to spend on fruits and vegetables on your next shopping trip.

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Fresh Bucks Match is Now
SNAP Market Match

Same great program, brand new look! SNAP/EBT participants can get an unlimited, dollar-for-dollar match on fruits and vegetables at Seattle farmers markets.

Learn More
SNAP Produce Match

SNAP Produce Match

Buy at least $10 in qualifying fruits and vegetables with your EBT card at participating retailers and get a $5 coupon printed directly on your receipt to spend on fruits and vegetables on your next shopping trip.

Learn More

Find Your Market

Use this map to find Fresh Bucks markets in Seattle and King County. For participating markets in other parts of the State, click here.

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Thank You To Our Funders

Fresh Bucks is supported in part by the Seattle Sweetened Beverage Tax.

This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2015-70018-23357.

Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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