Introducing SNAP at the Winter Farmers’ Market

We’ve just complete our first round of training and are thrilled to announce that 21 farms and food producers are now able to accept food stamps, also known as SNAP, at the Winter Farmers’ Market. SNAP customers can swipe their EBT cards at the market SNAP booth, and then use tokens to shop with approved vendors. With almost 1 in 10 families in New Hampshire on food stamps, this is a welcome step towards increasing access for those in our community in need of help buying food, while returning food dollars to our local economy.

The following farms and food producers will be accepting SNAP tokens on Saturday, November 19th, at the Winter Farmers’ Market in Rollinsford, with more joining up soon!

Anderson’s Mini Maples
Apple Annie
Brookford Farm
Coppal House Farm
Hollister Family Farm
Figtree Cafe & Catering
Forty Five Market Street Bakery & Cafe
Meadow’s Mirth
Mona Farm
Moriarty’s Greenhouse
New Roots Farm
Popper’s Artisanal Meats
Red Manse Farm
Riverside Farm
Riverslea Farm
The Soup Guy
Stout Oak Farm
Sugarmomma’s Maple Farm
Wake Robin Farm
Wild Miller Gardens
Yellow House Farm

For more information about SNAP at the Winter Farmers’ Market, email, or visit Partial funding for this project is provided by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

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  1. john meisner
    Posted December 15, 2012 at 10:19 am | Permalink

    How does one become a member that can accept this kind of program thanks so much for all you do and we hope we can be apart of this as we have many farmers markets in our area
    blessings John

  2. Sara Zoe
    Posted December 16, 2012 at 8:17 am | Permalink

    Hi John,

    Here is the information from the USDA on accepting SNAP at farmers’ markets:

    You can also contact us directly by emailing

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