City Market’s mission is to provide our community with access to fresh, healthy food.
In compliance with the Mayor’s State of Emergency, the Farmers Market will be open on Saturdays, 9am-2pm. Vendors will be limited to the sale of food-related products including produce, plants and prepared foods. In addition to Saturdays, the Farmers Market will re-open on Sundays later this spring as locally-grown produce becomes more abundant. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you posted.
SNAP/EBT & Double Up Bucks Matching
Got SNAP benefits? Visit the white SNAP tent during the Farmers Market, or in colder months, follow the signs to the Farmers Market management office upstairs in CM1.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are accepted by many Farmers Market vendors. SNAP participants can swipe their Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card for their desired amount in $1 SNAP tokens.
Extend your SNAP benefits: The Farmers Market participates in the Double Up Food Bucks program and can match SNAP benefits while funds are available. Double Up Food Bucks is a program administered by Cultivate Kansas City. The 2020 program match will begin in late spring; stay tuned for details.
City Market specialty grocers including Locally Sourced Meats, Cristina’s Produce, Global Produce, Carollo’s Grocery, Alhabashi Mart and Crossland Market accept EBT transactions, but they cannot accept SNAP or Double Up Bucks tokens.
*You must use your EBT/SNAP debit card at these businesses; they do not accept tokens and do not participate in Double Up Bucks Matching.