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Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) was a established in Michigan in 2009 to allow SNAP beneficiaries to have greater access to fresh, local healthy and nutritious foods, while supporting local farmers to grow local economies. This project asks: has the Double Up Food Bucks program improved access to healthy food for SNAP recipients?nHas the Double of Food Bucks program decreased rates of food insecurity? Is this a viable program for to contribute to food aid reform in the United States?
Epstein, Rebecca; Gao, Mengchao; and Han, Sihao, "Double Up Food Bucks in Michigan" (2014). GIS Posters. Poster 119.