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North Church Farmers Market

The North Church Farmers Market at 38th and Meridian kicked off the season on July 7th. There is a great variety of produce and vendors to purchase from. Those who have a Hoosiers Work/EBT can visit the information table (at the main entrance of the market) to get started with using your benefits and receiving Fresh Bucks. Earn up to $20 of Fresh Bucks that can then be spent with the following produce vendors at the market: Azalia’s, Flanner House, Kephrw and Mother’s Love. The market runs July – September on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. The… Continue Reading

Summer Markets are now OPEN!

Visit the summer markets this season! Bring your Hoosier Works/EBT card to spend your benefits on healthier food from local vendors and we will match your EBT transactions, up to $20 per day, to buy fresh fruits and vegetables from local growers. Continue Reading

New and Improved Fresh Bucks

The Marion County Public Health Department, Fresh Bucks team, has been hard at work with implementing a new and improved program for Fresh Bucks. We have officially launched our Fresh Bucks cards (known as Etokens) at participating Farmers Markets in Marion County. There are only two weekends remaining for Broad Ripple Winter Farmers Market, Garfield Park Winter Farmers Market and Indy Winter Farmers Market. Don’t worry, they all will be kicking off their summer markets on May 7th. Check out all the markets where you can use your EBT and earn Fresh Bucks this summer!… Continue Reading

No Fresh Bucks on Saturday, April 2

March 26th is the last day for customers to receive Fresh Bucks checks before a new, improved card system. Load up on fruits and veggies because Fresh Bucks will not be available at the April 2nd markets. Customers are still welcome to use their Hoosier Works cards, there just will not be a match with Fresh Bucks. SNAP tokens can be used to purchase fruits, vegetables, poultry, meat, eggs, cheese, and more! Follow @FreshBucksIndy on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with the transition process. Continue Reading

New Winter Market – Garfield Park

There is a new winter market in town! The Garfield Park Farmers Market Winter Market debuts Saturday November 20th at Friedens Church on the Southside at 8300 S. Meridian St. An offshoot of the not-for-profit Garfield Park Farmers Market founded by Ashley Brooks and Julia Woody in 2015, the new winter market will be accepting food and nutrition assistance program SNAP and distributing Fresh Bucks. The market will run every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. through the end of April 2022. Continue Reading

Two Winter Farmers Markets Opening November 6th!

The Broad Ripple Winter Farmers Market and Indy Winter Farmers Market will be opening their doors on November 6th, 2021! The winter markets will go through April 30th. Both markets will be accepting SNAP/EBT and issuing Fresh Bucks checks. Visit the Market Info table to get started! Visit the locations page for more information and links to the markets websites. Continue Reading

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Fresh Bucks and Produce Rx is made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Program.  The Marion County Public Health Department, Chronic Disease Department is the central administrator of Fresh Bucks and Produce Rx.