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good foodWe are dedicated to increasing access to healthy, local food for people of all incomes and backgrounds.

Our FoodStampsX2 program doubles the value of customers' food stamps (SNAP benefits) up to $10 each week.

This means that when a customer swipes their EBT card for $10, they receive $20 in market tokens to spend on vegetables, fruit, meat, eggs, cheese, mushrooms, bread, jam, maple syrup, honey, garden plants, and more – all directly from the people who grow and produce these nourishing products. 

The program continues to be incredibly successful and influential. Every year, the number of SNAP users at market has grown by 10-12 regular customers per week.  In 2013, we doubled over $16,000 of SNAP benefits. We averaged 63 EBT transactions per market and regularly had 70 or 80 transactions per market. In 2014, we are on target to double SNAP benefits at the same 2013 level. In total, we help many hundreds of individuals and families put good food on their tables through the entire growing season. Here are some quotes from recipients of the program.

“The doubling of SNAP benefits is an enormous assist to those of us with tight budgets.”

“I’m able to meet nutritional requirements to maintain a higher quality of health than last year.”

“If it weren’t for this program, I would run out of food long before my benefits recharge. And the food is far healthier than most store-bought groceries.”

“I so much appreciate a farmers market that makes fresh, healthy, organic and local foods available to all people.”

In the past years, we have collaborated with the Food Bank of Western Mass. to screen and help people apply for food stamps at the market. We also provide numerous recipes through our website and have cooking demos at market to assist people in the preparation of whole, seasonal foods.

Every week we have musicians and artists at market allowing hard-working parents to relax, to shop, and to be inspired!

So that's FoodStampsX2, and WE NEED YOUR HELP!

First of all, please tell everyone you know that Tuesday Market accepts food stamps. Tell them that Tuesday Market will double the value of any customer's food stamps (up to $10). 

FoodStampsX2 is funded entirely by individuals and businesses in our community. Please help!  At the moment, we are matching $5 instead of $10 so that our funds will last through the end of the market season. If we can raise $8,000 more, we will be able to return to the $10 match for the rest of the season.

Here’s how to donate:

  • Contribute cash and checks directly at the Tuesday Market tent (purple awning).
  • Or: Send checks made out to Tuesday Market to 1 Ventures Field Rd, Northampton, MA, 01060 (please write FSX2 Donation in the Memo line.)
  • Or: If you’d like to make a larger, tax-deductible donation, please make checks out to our fiscal sponsor, Federation of Massachusetts Farmers Markets with Northampton Tuesday Market Food Stamp Doubling in the Memo line. (Send these directly to the Tuesday Market address listed above or bring them to us at the market tent.)


Thank You!




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Reisling and Chardonel from Black Birch Vineyard

Goat Cheese Truffles from Sangha Farm

Prepared Food from Chanterelle To Go and Beets and Barley

Tulsi Teas from Goldthread Organic Herb Farm & Apothecary

This spring's Maple Syrup from Justamere Tree Farm

Shaved Ice and Ice Pops from Town Farm

Home-made Jam from Beaumont's Berries

Bedding Plants from Bear Root Herb Farm

Artisinal Cow Cheese from Cricket Creek Farm

Pasture-Raised Poultry from Mockingbird Farm

Honey from Red Barn Honey

Tempeh & Kim-chi from Hosta Hill

Wild Mushrooms from New England Wild Edibles

Black Currant Cordial from Bug Hill Farm

Hard Cider from Carr's Ciderhouse

Organic Ginger & Flowers from Old Friends Farm

Pastured Lamb from Leyden Glen Farm

Whole-Grain Bread from El Jardin Bakery

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