The SNAP at Farmers Market Environmental Assessment was developed as a tool for market managers to examine SNAP participant accessibility for redeeming SNAP benefits at farmers markets. By completing the SNAP at Farmers Market Environmental Assessment, the tool can serve as a guide for providing practical next steps for market improvement. Extension practitioners and researchers, including SNAP-Ed staff, can use the assessment tool to support policy, systems, and environment change efforts that promote access to local, high-quality foods by SNAP consumers, the redemption of SNAP benefits, and potentially increased sales at farmers markets.
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Young, G. C., Misyak, S., Ledlie Johnson, M., Martin, N. E., & Serrano, E. (2023). Assessing the SNAP Consumer Environment at Farmers Markets. The Journal of Extension, 61(1), Article 20. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.61.01.20
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