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Double Up Food Bucks

 

Double Up Food Bucks for 2022 starts May 1st!  See below for all participating locations.


SNAP recipients receive a one-to-one dollar match to purchase locally grown produce at many farmers markets and farm stands across Arkansas.  In addition, they will receive free nutrition and cooking education.  Also, using DUFBs increases farmers' sales and creates sustainability by supporting local agriculture.   The program runs from May 1st until October 31st.  



2022 AFMA Meeting Presentation on Double Up Food Bucks

Here's a presentation made at our 2022 Annual Arkansas Farmers' Market Association Meeting by our Double Up Food Bucks Program Manager Jeremy Adams. He covers everything you need to know about this incredibly successful program.  How to get involved, how it works at the Farmers Market, and why we had yet another record year. 


Interactive Map of Locations

To find a Double Up Food Bucks participating partner near you use this interactive map.  Click on any location to get name, address, and contact information. 


How It Works at the Farmers Market


2022 Participating Farmers Markets and Farm Stands


How it Works at the Grocery Store

The Double Up Food Bucks program is also available in select grocery stores, including 8 Harps Locations and 4 Hays Locations and an Edwards Food Giant.  The program runs from May 1st until October 31st.    


2022 Participating Grocery Locations


Jeremy Adams

Jeremy.Adams@arkansasobesity.org

501-712-2002

PO Box 1212, Greenbrier AR, 72058


GHP Mobile Sites

In 2017, ArCOP also initiated the Nutrition Education Mobile Unit. The Mobile Unit is a farmers’ market on wheels (trailer) that provides nutrition education at location including areas where there is no access to produce and a high population of SNAP recipients. In 2018, each area will receive weekly and monthly nutrition education at each location and cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, healthy recipes and educational information will be offered to bring healthy affordable foods to the household. The mobile unit will sell local produce from farmers and growers and will accepts both WIC and DUFB. The goal of the mobile unit is to build capacity, a consumer base, and develop local infrastructure, so the farmers can take over the site for a sustainable market. ArCOP will move to another target community to add other locations and increase capacity.

  • Marianna

    34 S Poplar St., Marianna, AR
    Tuesdays 10am - 11:30am

  • Helena-West Helena

    110 Shirley Hicks Dr, Helena, AR 72342
    Tuesdays 12:30pm - 2pm

  • Dermott

    211 E Iowa St, Dermott, AR 71638
    Thursdays 10am - 11:30am

  • McGehee

    100 E Seamons Dr, McGehee, AR 71654
    Thursdays 12:30pm - 2pm