Get more fruits and veggies with Double Up!
Get more fruits and vegetables when you spend your Oregon Trail Card (SNAP) dollars at participating grocery stores. Shoppers using SNAP earn a $1 to $1 match on purchases of fruit and vegetables. For example, if you spend $10 of your SNAP dollars to purchase fruits and vegetables, you’ll earn $10 in Double Up Food Bucks incentives to redeem on fruits and vegetables during your next visit.
Earning Double Up at Participating Grocery Stores:
GO to a participating grocery store.
BRING your SNAP (Oregon Trail) card.
BUY fresh fruits and vegetables with your SNAP card.
GET up to $10 with Double Up Food Bucks for free fresh fruits and vegetables.
Grocery stores distribute Double Up Food Bucks incentives when you purchase fruits and vegetables. Double Up Food Bucks is distributed through a receipt printed coupon or customer loyalty account, that can then be used at your next visit for free fruits and vegetables. Currently, Double Up incentives can only be used at the grocery store where they were issued. Contact your local store to learn more about how to earn and redeem Double Up where you shop.
Participating Stores (updated March 2021)
2350 Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103
631 West Main, John Day, OR, 97845
1007 SE Third Street, Corvallis, OR 97333
2855 NW Grant Ave., Corvallis, OR 97330
113 Main Ave, Tillamook, OR 97141
555 Main St., Fossil, OR 97830
945 S Riverside Ave, Medford, OR 97501
4632 N Trenton St, Portland, OR 97232
For Grocery Stores interested in providing Double Up:
Oregon Food Bank (OFB) is currently seeking grocery stores to implement Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB), a fruit and vegetable promotion program for SNAP shoppers.
What are the benefits for grocery retailers participating in Double Up Food Bucks?
- Increase SNAP and produce department sales
- Expand customer base and deepen connection to community
- New avenues for promotion and positive media exposure
- 100% reimbursement for Double Up promotions redeemed
- POS technology upgrades currently covered by OFB grant funds
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