Maryland Market Money is a state-wide currency distributed to shoppers at select farmers markets who participate in the following federal nutrition benefits programs:
Shoppers who spend these benefits at participating farmers markets can receive additional Maryland Market Money in the form of dollar-value tokens (typically $10 per shopper per market day). These tokens can be spent on any SNAP-eligible foods at any participating market in Maryland, helping to increase customers’ food budgets for purchasing fresh, healthy, local foods at farmers markets while also directly supporting local growers and producers.
Examples of SNAP-eligible items
include: non-hot food items (fruits, veggies, meat, milk, eggs, etc.) and seeds or plants that produce food.
Examples of ineligible items
include: beer, wine, liquor, vitamins or supplements, prepared foods fit for immediate consumption, and hot foods.
To view the schedule for the VFF Mobile Farmers Market, please click here