Get Free Fruits & Vegetables

Shop with your Colorado EBT card at participating farmers’ markets or grocers. Bring your Colorado EBT card to the farmers market info booth before you shop. Market staff will be there to help.

Buy SNAP eligible foods at the market with your SNAP dollars.

We’ll match what you spend with Double Up Food Bucks—up to $20 a day. Use them right away or later on to buy fresh Colorado grown fruits & vegetables. Click HERE to find out what types of products are eligible with Double Up Food Bucks.

Video tutorials

Double Up Food Bucks in a variety of locations. These short videos guide you through your purchase.

At The Farmers Market

Bring your EBT card to the market and find the information booth. This is the booth for ALL card payments: credit, debit, and SNAP. Tell the market staff how much you’d like to spend at the market with your EBT card.

They will swipe your card, and then give you paper SNAP bucks. These bucks can be spent on any eligible food item that isn’t hot and ready at the market.

Then, they will match the SNAP bucks $1 for $1 with Double Up Food Bucks, good for Colorado-grown fresh fruits and vegetables. If you spend $5, you get $5. If you spend $10, you get $10! They will match up to $20 per day.

Now that you have your bucks, go shop at the vendor booths.

At The Store

Bring your EBT card to a participating Double Up Food Bucks store.

At the register for every $1 you spend on any SNAP eligible item, you will get $1 off Colorado-grown fruits or vegetables. So if you spend $5 on bread, eggs, meat, milk, etc. you will get $5 off any Colorado-grown produce.

At The Farm Stand

Bring your EBT card to a participating farm stand. Pick out your Colorado grown produce.

When you go to pay with SNAP, get either 50% off your produce purchase or get $1 Double Up Food Buck for every $1 you spend with SNAP. So if you spend $5 you’ll receive 5 Double Up Food Bucks, if you spend $10, you’ll receive $10. Earn up to $20 per day.

At a Food Box or CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)

A food box or CSA is a pre-packed box of fresh food that is sourced locally from farmers in your community. It is a great way to try new fruits or vegetables and grocery shop less with a convenient pick-up system.

To use Double Up Food Bucks at a CSA or Food Box, order a box by going to a participating CSA’s website or calling. When you purchase a weekly CSA box with SNAP, you will get a weekly box free the following week. Bring your EBT card to pick up your CSA box from the drop-off location, then enjoy a free box the following week.

At Save A Lot

At Save-A-Lot food stores in CO Springs, Pueblo, and now Greeley – you can utilize Double Up Food Bucks when you use your EBT card at participating locations. Save your receipt at checkout – it’s like cash.

Present your grocery receipt to the cashier on your NEXT purchase (within 60 days) at checkout to redeem your bucks and apply towards fresh produce. The receipt acts as your Double Up voucher and will be labeled as such with your voucher amount to spend and expiration date. Check out this flyer for more details.

At Whole Foods and Ideal Markets - Boulder

Steps for Earning Double Up Coupons at Whole Foods & Ideal Markets

  1. Put your fresh fruits and vegetables first
  2. Tell your cashier you want to “Double Up”
  3. The cashier will total your produce and tell you how much you’ve earned in Double Up coupons
  4. Save the coupons for your next transaction

Whole Foods will round down to the nearest $5 Double Up Coupon

  1. You spend $5-$9.99, You earn $5
  2. You spend $10-$14.99, You earn $10
  3. You spend $15-$19.99, You earn $15
  4. You spend over $20, You earn $20

Learn more at BCPH website.

At Safeway - Lakewood & Wheat Ridge locations

Every SNAP shopper will get a $5 coupon for fresh fruits and vegetables and dried beans with a qualifying EBT purchase of $5 or more at checkout to save and use during their next shopping trip. If you have any questions, please email Daysi@NourishColorado.org.

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