DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – The nonprofit, ‘Iowa Healthiest State Initiative’, recognized the Freight House Farmers’ Market as a participating location for a healthy food program at a press conference Saturday morning. The program, known as ‘Double Up Bucks,’ allows people using SNAP benefits to match purchases made with their EBT card on fresh produce. Amerigroup contributed one hundred thousand dollars to continue to expand access to food for low income Iowans.
“The Freight House joined the program in 2020 and since then customers have redeemed more than thirty five hundred thousand dollars in fruits and vegetables,” says Jamie Haberl, Executive
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DANBURY — A $13,250 grant will again provide community members in need with access to fresh produce at the annual farmer’s market.
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation gifted the funds for CityCenter Danbury’s farmers market, which will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Friday beginning June 25 until Oct. 29 at the Danbury Railway Museum.… Read more