SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is the largest federal nutrition assistance program in the United States. The program is designed to help low-income individuals and families. SNAP works with an EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) card, which is like a debit card that purchases SNAP eligible food and drinks.
Acme Markets is an American retail company that operates a chain of supermarkets throughout Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, the Hudson Valley of New York, and Pennsylvania. The company was founded in 1891 but it has been a subsidiary of Albertsons since 1999.
This article answers the question of whether Acme Markets accept SNAP EBT benefits at their locations. I am going to be breaking down everything that you need to know about using SNAP EBT benefits at Acme Markets.
Let’s get started.
Does Acme Accept EBT? Does Acme Take Food Stamps?
Yes, Acme Markets accept SNAP EBT payments. Shoppers and customers can use their EBT benefits to make payments on qualifying products in-store or for online orders scheduled for pickup or delivery.
Acme Markets actually released an official statement concerning their EBT policy. Here is what they had to say:
We also accept SNAP EBT/EBT Cash payment cards for in-store purchases and, at select locations, for online orders scheduled for pickup and delivery.Acme Markets
Does Acme Accept EBT For Delivery?
Yes, Acme Markets accept SNAP EBT payments for online orders that are scheduled for pickup or delivery. Shoppers and customers can use their EBT benefits to make payments on qualifying products available at Acme Markets.
What Can I Buy Using EBT At Acme Markets?
Fruits, vegetables, poultry, meat, fish, dairy products, cereals, breads, other snack foods, non-alcoholic beverages, seeds and plants that produce edible food.
Products You Can’t Buy Using EBT At Acme Markets
Beer, wine, liquor, cigarettes, and tobacco are not eligible. Neither is any item that has a Supplement Facts label – i.e. vitamins, medicines and supplements. Foods that are hot at the point of sale or any live animals aside from shellfish, fish removed from water and any animals slaughtered prior to pick-up from the store aren’t eligible with EBT. Neither are any nonfood items like pet foods, hygiene items, cosmetics, cleaning supplies, paper products or other household supplies.