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How It Works - At Most Markets

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Stretch your food dollars and get more fruits & veggies with Double Up.  Watch how it works! 

 Bring your Bridge Card to the farmers market office or information booth before you shop.

Buy EBT-Eligible Foods at the market with your EBT dollars.

We’ll match what you spend with free Double Up Food Bucks – up to $20, every market day. Use them right away or later on to buy fresh FRUITS AND VEGETABLES grown in your state.

How It Works — Electronically

A few markets in Kent County (Grand Rapids area) and Flint use an electronic system instead of tokens for Double Up in Michigan.

Bring your Bridge Card and ID to the market office for a 1 minute sign-up.  In Kent County, credits are stored automatically on a shopper's Bridge Card.  In Flint, shoppers receive a Market Card.

Shop with your Bridge Card and earn up to $20 in Double Up credits per market day.

Buy fruits and vegetables grown in Michigan with your Double Up credits.

How It Works — In Detroit Grocery Stores

A few grocery stores participate in Double Up Food Bucks in 2014 in Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Battle Creek from Aug 1 - Nov 30!

Spend $10 or more on any fresh fruits and vegetables using your Bridge Card.

Get a $10 Double Up Food Bucks Reward Card.

Use your Double Up Food Bucks Reward Card to purchase MORE Michigan-grown fruits and vegetables.

How It Works — In Family Fare Grocery Stores

Use your Bridge Card to buy fresh fruits and vegetables.

Earn $1 in Double Up Food Bucks for every $1 of SNAP benefits spent on produce on your Yes loyalty card ($10 per day maximum).

Spend Double Up Food Bucks on Michigan-grown fruits and vegetables as soon as the next shopping day.