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SNAP Retailers with Incentive Programs – Hundreds of farmers markets, supermarkets and other food stores participate in Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive projects all across the country. SNAP participants shopping at these locations can stretch their benefit dollars and purchase more fruits and vegetables.
USDA Food and Nutrition Service - information on federal nutrition programs, including WIC, SNAP, National School Lunch Program, and the Child and Adult Food Program.