What is the Farmers Market Nutrition Program?

The Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) provides WIC participants with coupons that can be used to purchase locally grown, fresh Florida fruits and vegetables. This produce can be purchased at authorized farmers markets from April 1 to
July 31, 2003.


What is a farmers market?

A farmers market is an association of farmers who assemble for the purpose of selling their produce directly to consumers.

Who qualifies for FMNP?

Pregnant, postpartum or breast feeding women and children between the ages of 1 and 5 who are enrolled in the WIC program.

If you qualify you will receive:
  • FMNP coupons from the WIC clinic in which you are enrolled.
  • Information about the nutritional importance of fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • The list of participating farmers markets in your area (below).
    FMNP coupons may be used at these authorized markets only.
    Alachua County
    Bay County
    Escambia County
    Gadsden County
    Jackson County
    Leon County
    Okaloosa County
    Santa Rosa County
    St. Johns County
    Suwannee County
    Sumter County
    Union County
    Volusia County
    Walton County

This is an equal opportunity program. If you believe you have been discriminated against because of race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability, write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C. 20250.

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