Participants can only use their credit to buy local produce

Participants can only use their credit to buy local produce.

SpartanNash trials SNAP local produce program

SpartanNash is teaming up with non-profit organization Fair Food Network on an incentive program that will make local produce easier for Michigan’s low-income families to buy.

“SpartanNash is extremely excited to be a part of this program,” said Brian Haaraoja, VP of fresh merchandising for the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer. “It fits perfectly into our initiative for health and wellness.”

Haaraoja and Oran Hest

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