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    Programs that enable farmers to gather in empty parking areas or similar spaces and sell freshly picked produce directly to consumers at lower than retail but higher than wholesale prices.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank - Green GrocerA mobile farmers market that is designed to travel into food desert communities to provide the fresh food options that are currently missing from the landscape.AlleghenyGreen GrocerGreater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
    Just Harvest Fresh AccessEnables those with Food Stamps to shop at Farmers' Markets. Incentive program: for every $5 spent, the purchaser receives an extra $2 to spend on produce.AlleghenyFood Stamp OutreachJust Harvest
    Prevention Programming - Power of ProduceThis program is currently operated mid-May through October in Chambersburg at the North Square Farmer’s Market. The POP program operates on Saturday mornings. Children ages 3-12 receive $2 in tokens each week to spend on fresh produce at the market. Health, wellness, and nutrition workshops are held on certain weekends through out these months.FranklinHealthy Communities Partnership of Greater Franklin CountyHealthy Communities Partnership of Greater Franklin County, Inc.
    Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) - Southwest PAProvides eligible seniors with checks that can be redeemed for the purchase of fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs from approved farmers' markets. Checks are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis on the designated distribution day for each county. Each eligible recipient receives four $5.00 checks to redeem at a qualified farmers' markets or roadside stands. Click here to search for participating farmers' markets and farm stands. Distribution Dates & Locations: Pennsylvania Department of AgingPennsylvania Department of Aging

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