BC Association of Farmers' markets

Through this program, we collaborate with community organizations and member markets to provide farmers' market coupons to lower-income families and seniors.

  Coupon Program  


About the Program

About the Program

The Farmers’ Market Nutrition Coupon Program (FMNCP) is a healthy eating initiative that supports farmers’ markets and strengthens food security across British Columbia. Community partner organizations hand out coupons to lower-income families and seniors participating in their food literacy programs. These coupons can be spent at all BC farmers' markets that participate in the FMNCP to purchase fruits, vegetables, cheese, eggs, nuts, fish and meat. Each household enrolled in the Program is eligible to receive a minimum of $15/week in coupons.  

Program History

The Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program began in 2007 as a pilot project operating in each of the five health regions of BC and began receiving funding from the Ministry of Health in 2012. Since then, the program has continued to grow, serving 54 communities and reaching over 3000 households. 

2017 Season

Application information for our 2017 program can be found on our Get Involved page.