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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

Continue Reading 0

Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

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Fresh Access at the Carrick farmers market

person shopping with EBT card at farmers marketJust Harvest’s Fresh Access program facilitates food stamp purchases at 17 farmers markets in Allegheny County.

Customers can now use food stamps via their ACCESS card to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Just Harvest will also give food stamps shoppers a $2 Food Bucks coupon to use on fresh fruits and veggies for every $5 they spend at Fresh Access markets.

Credit and debit cards are also accepted.

This program is a coordinated effort involving Pittsburgh Citiparks and other local municipalities, neighborhood organizations, participating local farmers, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Learn More

Continue Reading 0