The Medford Farmers Market started allowing EBT card holders to use their benefits since last year, but its been a point of controversy in other communities.
Taber sells her pies at the , yet refuses to accept tokens that the Farmers Market organizers sell to Electronic Benfits Transfer or EBT cardholders to use at the market.
Not only are the cards used at the Medford Farmers Market -- . Through a grant from Medford Health Matters, individuals on the state's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will receive up to a $20 match on any purchases from the market,
Should food vendors be able to decide who they sell their products to? Do you think that farmers markets should sell tokens to EBT cardholders? Let us know what you think in the comments section.