Stretch your Food Dollars with Double Up Food Bucks

Get more fruits and vegetables when you spend your Oregon Trail Card SNAP dollars at participating farmers markets. It’s easy with Double Up Food Bucks! For example, if you spend $10 of your SNAP dollars at a participating farmers market, we will give you another $10 to buy more locally grown fruits and vegetables.

You can shop with Double Up Food Bucks at the following 8 farmers markets across Oregon right NOW!

Hillsdale Farmers Market

Rieke Elementary Parking Lot

2nd and 4th Sundays

Montavilla Farmers Market

7700 Block of SE Stark Street, on the gravel lot
Sunday 1/26 & Sunday 2/23

Umpqua Valley Farmers Market

1771 W. Harvard Avenue


Hollywood Farmers Market

NE Hancock St. between 44th and 45th
1st and 3rd Saturday

Oregon City Farmers Market

Oregon City
2051 Kaen Road
Every other Saturday

Lloyd Farmers Market

NE Holladay St. between 7th and 9th

People’s Farmers’ Market

SE 20th and Tibbetts @ People’s Coop

How does it work?


Go to your farmers market information tent.

Swipe your EBT card for tokens to buy SNAP eligible food.

We match up to $10 a day with Double Up Food Bucks for fruits & vegetables.


Shop at the market!

What can I buy with FOOD BUCKS?

Any variety of fresh, dried, or frozen fruits and vegetables without added sugars, fats, oils, or salt.
Includes mushrooms, cut herbs, dried beans, vegetable starts and nuts.

You can still use your SNAP benefits for other fresh food items,
such as meats, cheeses, eggs and bread.

Grocery Stores: Apply to Participate in the Double Up Food Bucks Grocery Pilot Program.

Our friends at the Oregon Food Bank are coordinating a Double Up Food Bucks pilot program at several grocery stores in 2020.
Prospective Grocery Stores: OFB is currently accepting applications for grocery stores that want to participate in the Double Up Food Bucks Oregon Grocery Pilot. Click here for the short application.
Submit the application by February 1st to be considered during the first review of store applications. For more information about the process, please reference the Double Up Grocery Request For Proposals.