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Fruit & Veg Boulder
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Fruit & Veg Boulder

Helping City of Boulder Individuals & Families Enjoy More Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

Fruit & Veg Boulder helps City of Boulder individuals and families who are not eligible for food assistance programs.

Participants receiving services or enrolled at certain partner organizations receive $40 or $80 per month, depending on household size, to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at:

  • Whole Foods Market, 2905 Pearl St.
  • Ideal Market, 1275 Alpine Ave.
  • Boulder County Farmers Market, on 13th St. (between Canyon Blvd. and Arapahoe Ave.)
  • El Valle Market, 2887 30th St.

Questions?

Contact the Healthy Eating, Active Living Specialist at 303-441-1382.

Enrollment

Applicants for the Fruit and Veg Boulder program must be receiving services at one of our partner organizations.

If you have questions about the Fruit and Veg program, please send an email to the Fruit and Veg coordinator.

Please include:

  • Name
  • Contact information

The program will contact you within one week.

Eligibility

To be eligible for Fruit & Veg Boulder, participants must:

  • Live in the City of Boulder
  • Earn less than the income guidelines in this chart (current WIC income guidelines). Household includes anyone you include on your tax return. Do not include roommates, unless you file taxes jointly.
  • Not be participating in SNAP or WIC.
  • Be receiving services or be enrolled at listed partner organizations.

Income Eligibility

To be eligible for Fruit & Veg Boulder, families and individuals must meet the following income requirements.

Household SizeAnnual Income
1$23,606
2$31,894
3$40,182
4$48,470
5$56,758
6$65,046
7$73,334
8$81,622

For each additional family member, ad $8,177.

Learn more about fruit and vegetable programs for WIC and SNAP participants at www.BoulderCountyDoupleUp.org.

Current Fruit & Veg Partner Organizations

The Fruit & Veg Boulder program is funded in part by a grant from the City of Boulder Health Equity Fund.

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Contact Us


Environmental Health Division

Main: 303-441-1564
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Location

Boulder
3450 Broadway
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Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F