Why use your QUEST (EBT) Card at Farmers’ Markets?
Shopping at your local farmers’ market is a great way to find fresh, healthy food and get to know the people who produce it. Farmers’ markets thrive on seasonal fruit and vegetables. When fresh produce is in season, it is often at its lowest price. Buying your groceries at the farmers’ market is a great way to support your community by supporting local farmers. It is also an opportunity to catch up with friends and neighbors.
In Wisconsin, SNAP is called FoodShare. FoodShare users access their benefits using EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) or QUEST Card. SNAP provides nutrition assistance to people with low income. It can help you buy nutritious foods for a better diet.
How to use QUEST (EBT) at Farmers’ Markets
Visit the farmers’ market information table.
Swipe your QUEST (EBT) Card to obtain tokens or paper currency to spend at the market.
Vendor who accepts EBT
Bring your tokens or paper currency to a vendor who accepts EBT.
Use your tokens to buy fresh fruits and vegetables!
Find Farmers’ Markets that accept QUEST (EBT), WIC, or Senior Farmers’ Market Benefits.
FoodWIse works with farmers’ markets to accept SNAP/FoodShare benefits. Select your county below to find a farmers’ market that accepts QUEST (EBT), WIC, or Senior Farmers’ Market Benefits.
Don’t see your local farmers’ market listed? Give them a call to confirm their EBT options.
Complete list of Wisconsin Farmers’ Markets: