Granite State Market Match

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Access to Affordable Local Food


The Granite State Market Match program allows SNAP customers to double the value of their benefits at participating farmers markets.Not only does this program provide access and affordable healthy, local foods for SNAP participants, it also provides economic benefits to the participating vendors/farmers and host communities.


Articles

Offering Incentives to SNAP/EBT (food stamps) Recipients: Accepting SNAP/EBT:  Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as... Learn More
To help respond to the Coronavirus outbreak, the NH Food-Access Map Survey will help connect communities to food-access resources and needs around our state
To help respond to the Coronavirus outbreak, the NH Food-Access Map Survey will help connect communities to food-access resources and needs around our... Learn More
UNH Cooperative Extension is partnering with Gather Food Pantry and NH Gleans to distribute fresh produce to food insecure communities in Strafford Co... Learn More

Simple Recipes

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Resources

We highlighted the key findings from a 2016 consumer survey of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire residents that investigated the consumer perspective o... Learn More
Executive Summary

A survey of 513 New Hampshire residents conducted in February 2017 has revealed that about 84 percent of respondents ... Learn More
Want to know what's in season?
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Want to get to know your local Farmer? Here is a way to get to know your farmers by asking them a few simple questions- just print off the 10 Question... Learn More
Bring the children along for some additional fun by printing off the Farmers' Market Scavenger Hunt

Farmers Market Scavenger Hunt!... Learn More
A one minute video explaining the Granite State Market Match program. 

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