With Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB), shoppers using SNAP/EBT benefits receive “food bucks” valued at $10 per market day. Food bucks can be used to purchase fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, beans, cut herbs, edible plant starts, and nuts.
To double up, go to a participating farmers market and swipe your Oregon Trail Card at the information booth for a match up to $10. Then, shop for fresh fruits and vegetables. It’s that easy!
Starting in 2021, we're raising the amount of Food Bucks you can receive when you shop at four small and rural markets in Lane County! Eaters can now match their benefits, dollar for dollar, up to $20 per day. This increased purchasing power means more food for customers and more support for farmers.
Double Up is a win-win-win: families bring home more healthy food, farmers make more money, and more food dollars stay in our local economy, strengthening our community and creating jobs.
Double your SNAP dollars!
Double Up Food Bucks are available at these farmers markets in Lane County. Days, times, and locations are listed in our Locally Grown guide.
We've expanded the concept of DUFB to rural farm stands! Shop with an EBT card at participating farms and receive up to an additional $10 to spend on fresh produce, meat, eggs, dairy, grains, and cold prepared foods.
We’re still looking for two more Lane County farm stands to add to the program this year. Contact us if you’re interested!
In Lane County, DUFB is a partnership between local farmers markets, Farmers Market Fund, WFFC, and a generous grant from Trillium Health Plan through the Lane County Prevention Work Group through 2023. Community support is essential to keep these programs going strong beyond the current grant cycle.