Double Up Food Bucks

Double Up Food Bucks

Get FREE Fruits & Vegetables
with your SNAP EBT Card!

To participate in the Double Up Food Bucks program, simply bring your SNAP EBT card to a participating location to get started. For every $1 you spend on any fresh fruits and vegetables with your SNAP EBT card,  you will get $1 in Double Up Food Bucks. Spend your Double Up Food Bucks right away or save for another visit.  

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HOW IT WORKS

Click to see how Double Up Food Bucks is used at:

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LOCATIONS

View a map of where you can earn and redeem Double Up Food Bucks at farmers markets and grocery stores in Iowa.

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FAQ


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AUTUMN CURRENCY UPDATE: 

Autumn 2021 currency is now available at all participating locations and is valid through December 31, 2021.

In 2021, Double Up Food Bucks will expire quarterly – check the expiration date on the bucks! Do you want to be notified via email about important Double Up Food Bucks updates? Sign up.


DUFB Annual Report

2020 ANNUAL REPORT:

In 2020, more food insecure Iowans used Double Up Food Bucks to access free fruits and vegetables than any year before!

In a year with unique challenges, the healthy food incentive program was able to make a difference in the fight against food insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Take a look back at some of the highlights from 2020: 

Double Up Food Bucks Annual Report


DOUBLE UP FOOD BUCKS & COVID-19:

As communities continue to respond to COVID-19, Double Up Food Bucks is here for Iowans with SNAP Cards (EBT) to double their food dollars to purchase more healthy food:


This work is supported by Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive Grant Program grant no. 2018-70025-28170/project accession no. 1015841 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

Iowa Healthiest State Initiative adheres to the USDA Non-Discrimination Policy
EIN:  45-4570642


This work is supported by Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program grant no. 2021-70030-35920/project accession no. 1027399 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.