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Farmers’ Market Fresh (FMF) is a social marketing campaign for limited-resource consumers at farmers’ markets. The primary goal of this program is to promote fruit and vegetable consumption through farmers’ markets that accept SNAP EBT.
Partners that are engaged through active coalitions are vital to the success of SNAP-Ed in Tennessee. All 95 counties are required to have a SNAP-Ed coalition. These coalitions have members from diverse public and nonprofit agencies and organizations as well as SNAP and SNAP-Ed participants.