Supporting federal nutrition benefits programs across the United States since 1992.
The National Association of Farmers Market Nutrition Programs (NAFMNP) is the nation’s only organization that links States, the District of Columbia, Indian Tribal Organizations, Territories and others with a stake in USDA’s Farmers’ Market Nutrition Programs (including local fruit and vegetable growers and low-income families and seniors) with a shared mission to cultivate access for consumers to buy fresh produce from local growers.
On behalf of the Departments of Agriculture, Departments of Health, Senior Agencies and Indian Tribal Organizations (ITOs) that coordinate the WIC or Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, welcome to our website. This website is an effort to improve the communication with our association members and partner agencies and also to better communicate our programs with U.S. residents seeking ways to access locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. Please review the State Programs list for a program in your state and contact a coordinating agency for more information on how to participate in either of these programs where you live.
In addition, we have provided information on the site for farmers interested in becoming an EBT retailer to accept SNAP purchases at farmers markets as well. Refer to the MarketLink tab for information on how to begin the application process.
Please refer to the Resources link for information regarding other USDA Supplemental Nutrition Programs and programs benefiting farmers markets.
Programs We Support
Our Impact by the Numbers
Programs in 45 U.S. States, Territories & ITOs
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) + Senior Participants
Farmers, markets, roadside stands, & CSAs authorized
SNAP redeemed through our MarketLink platform
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