El Centro Food Stamp Office – 2995 South Fourth Street
El Centro Food Stamp Office – 2995 South Fourth Street administrates your local Program under California State guidelines. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Food Stamp helps low-income families buy food. SNAP food stamps can be used to buy food items in supermarkets, convenience stores, and farmers’ markets.
El Centro Food Stamp Office Address & Phone Number
|Imperial County||Department of Social Services
2995 South Fourth Street, Suite 105,
El Centro, CA 92243
I do not have access to real-time information or specific details about the fruit & veggie program that you are referring to. However, I can provide you with some general information about the California FreshWorks program, which is designed to increase access to fresh and healthy food options for low-income families and individuals in underserved communities throughout California.
The California Fruit & Veggie Program is available at participating Certified Farmers’ Markets, Farm Stands, and Mobile Markets. Participants in the program must use their EBT card at the market to receive up to $60 in reimbursements for California-grown fruits and vegetables. To find out which stores and retailers are participating in the program, you can visit the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s website, which has a list of all the participating markets.
The California FreshWorks program provides funding and technical assistance to retailers, grocery stores, and food distributors to increase the availability of fresh produce and other healthy food options in underserved areas. This program is not limited to reimbursing EBT purchases of California-grown fruits and vegetables up to $60.
To find out more about the specific stores or retailers participating in a particular fruit & veggie program in California, I recommend contacting the program’s administrator directly. You may also be able to find more information by visiting the California Department of Social Services website or contacting your local county social services office.