Other Resources

There are many ways to access healthy food across Vermont. For more information, contact Vermont 211.

Local & Fresh Food Resources

Healthy & Affordable Food Resources

  • 3SquaresVT (Vermont SNAP) can help you stretch your food budget so you can put three healthy meals on your table every day.
  • Emergency Food Shelves and Community Meal Sites—There’s no sign-up necessary to access these food pantries.
  • Vermont’s Farm Share Program provides income-eligible adults and families with a subsidized weekly box of veggies through their cost-sharing CSA program.
  • You First offers farmers’ market coupons and other healthy eating incentives for eligible members as part of its heart healthy lifestyle programs. You First also helps pay for breast, cervical, heart screenings and more.
  • If you are a patient at Central Vermont Hospital, UVM Medical Center, Rutland Regional Medical Center or North Country Hospital, ask your provider if you are eligible for a Health Care Share for a subsidized box of fresh veggies and access to accompanying nutrition and food programs.

Families with Children

  • Women Infants Children (WIC) is for families with children under the age of 5. This program offers a monthly stipend to supplement your food budget and provides nutritional counseling to make sure your kids grow up healthy and strong.
  • Eat Smart, Move More is for families who are eligible for food assistance programs. Learn new skills in this self-led, interactive, online series that you can use at home today, and every day.
  • Other school-based programs include the Child Nutrition Program, the Summer Meals Program, and Backpack Program.
  • Learn about meal planning, prep and cooking basics from Healthy In A Snap VT. You’ll also find kid-friendly recipes and on-the-go snack ideas.

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