Research by No Kid Hungry, the University of Kentucky, and Instacart has shown that online grocery shopping helps low-income families, including SNAP households, stretch their food budgets, save time, reduce potential stigma, and purchase more fruits and vegetables without increasing their overall grocery bill. Want to give it a try? Click here, to check your eligibility for local promos today!
This video helps show how to sign up for Instacart and place your first order. First, you'll learn how to create an Instacart account by visiting www.instacart.com/signup. You can sign up with your email address, Google, or Facebook authentication. You can also download the Instacart app on iOS or Android devices.
This video helps show how to use Instacart Fresh Funds. Fresh Funds are part of a Food is Medicine program available to eligible Medically Tailored Grocery & Produce Prescription program participants that allows providers like our local hospital to help share the cost of following a prescribed diet. Recipients of Fresh Funds can redeem via a digital code and shop for eligible categories on Instacart.
*Fresh Funds can also be designed to be one-time usage, auto-reloading, and have set expiration dates.
Learn how to use your EBT SNAP on Instacart. Instacart has pioneered online SNAP benefits to make grocery delivery more accessible across retailers. Try it today, to help make healthy food access possible even in our area around Allendale County!
"You drench the plowed ground with rain, melting the clods and leveling the ridges. You soften the earth with showers and bless its abundant crops. You crown the year with a bountiful harvest; even the hard pathways overflow with abundance." | Psalm 65:10-11
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