Complete Eats

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)

Increasing the purchase of fruits and vegetables among low-income consumers.

Project Overview

The Complete Eats project at Spokane Regional Health District works to increase the purchase of fruits and vegetables among low-income consumers who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by linking education with incentives at the point of purchase.

The work of this program is important as there are many reasons why fruits and vegetables might not make it into a person’s diet when budgets are tight. Complete Eats is available to those utilizing SNAP/Basic Food/EBT for purchase of more fruits and vegetables. Complete Eats programs are available in farmers markets and grocery stores.


Fruit & Vegetable Prescriptions

Participating health providers, community health workers, and community nutritionists can also give individuals a prescription for fruits and vegetables. These Fruit and Vegetable Prescriptions can be used to buy fruits and vegetables at participating farmers markets or any Safeway store in Washington. To qualify for a Fruit and Vegetable Prescription, a person must be a current SNAP/EBT client and be a patient at a participating clinic site.

With a Fruit and Vegetable Prescription, individuals can buy any variety of fresh, canned or frozen fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables purchased with a prescription voucher cannot contain added fats, sugars, or salt (sodium). Washington State Department of Health, Spokane Regional Health District, and other organizations across Washington state are working together on Complete Eats to make fruits and vegetables more affordable and easy to buy.

Complete Eats is funded through a U.S. Department of Agriculture - Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) grant.


At more than 100 participating farmers markets and farm stands, customers who use the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/EBT benefits can stretch their food budget to buy more fruits and vegetables!

At more than 100 participating farmers markets and farm stands, customers who use the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/EBT benefits can stretch their food budget to buy more fruits and vegetables!

How SNAP Market Match Works

If you use SNAP/EBT:

  1. Go to a participating market's information booth and tell them you’d like SNAP Market Match
  2. Swipe your EBT card for the amount you want to spend
  3. You will receive that amount in EBT tokens and the same amount in SNAP Market Match dollars. Markets match $10 or more per day, check your local market for their daily match amount.
  4. Shop for: 
    • Fresh vegetables
    • Fresh fruits
    • Mushrooms
    • Fresh herbs
    • Seeds and plants that produce food (for example, tomato seeds or tomato plants)
How SNAP Market Match Works
To find a farmers market near you click here.
Follow this link to learn more about farmers market incentives and the Spokane WIC program.

Grocery Store Rebate/Discount Program

Grocery Store Rebate/Discount Program

In select stores, Safeway offers rebates and discounts at the checkout on a variety of fresh, canned and frozen fruits and vegetables with no added fats, sugars, or salt (sodium). To receive a rebate or discount, customers must make a qualifying purchase of fruits and vegetables using their SNAP/EBT benefits.

Follow this link to learn more about SNAP Incentives.

My Healthy Life
My Healthy Life

Helping improve nutrition and physical activity rates among Spokane adults who are eligible for SNAP (Basic Food) benefits.

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Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

WIC has an extraordinary record of preventing children’s health problems and improving growth and development. Locally, the health district supports this vision by offering WIC services in several convenient locations.

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