Things you CAN buy using EBT / SNAP:
- Breads and cereals.
- Fruits and vegetables.
- Meats, fish and poultry.
- Dairy products.
- Seeds and plants that produce food such as tomato seeds.
- Bottled water and non-alcoholic beverages.
Can I buy deli food with EBT?
Only packaged sandwiches and deli foods that are cold, and that will be eaten at home, can be purchased with food stamps at a deli, grocery or convenience store. This can include chicken, salads, sliced deli meat and regular sandwiches. Some convenience stores do not accept food EBT cards.
What can you buy with EBT card?
- Fruits and vegetables;
- Meat, poultry, and fish;
- Dairy products;
- Breads and cereals;
- Other foods such as snack foods and non-alcoholic beverages; and.
- Seeds and plants, which produce food for the household to eat.
Can you buy soda with food stamps?
Benefits can be used to purchase bread, cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, dairy products and more. You cannot use your benefits to pay for any type of alcohol, so you cannot use your SNAP benefits to buy beer, wine, or malt beverages at grocery stores, gas stations, or anywhere else that accepts the EBT card.
Can you buy rotisserie chicken with EBT?
For instance, you cannot buy a hot rotisserie chicken, fresh out of the rotisserie. But once they put that rotisserie chicken into the cold display case, its eligible to be purchased on food stamps. The same with, say, a sandwich.