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GetFoodStamps.net is your direct link to Missouri Food Stamp benefits, also known as SNAP. You can learn about the Food Stamps program, confirm your eligibility, and apply for benefits. To get started, create an account with the form to the right. You will then be directed to the Missouri Food Stamp benefits page. You will receive your confirmation and link via email with your state's information.
Missouri Program Description
Each participating household receives an allotment of food benefits based on the USDA's "Thrifty Food Plan." This allotment is adjusted annually according to the U. S. Department of Labor's analysis of the cost of food. Missouri Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) is the method by which households receive and use food stamp benefits. Households may use their Missouri EBT card in any grocery store or retail location anywhere in the United States that has been authorized by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service and displays the Quest® sign. The benefits may be used to purchase any food or food products prepared for human consumption except alcoholic beverages and tobacco, hot foods, or foods prepared for immediate consumption. Benefits may also be used to buy seeds and plants for use in gardens to produce food for the personal consumption of the household. Under certain conditions, members of the eligible households who are 60 years of age or older may use the benefits to pay for home delivered meals and other meals prepared for elderly persons. While GovBenefits.gov provides a high-level capability to pre-screen for Food Stamp benefits in Missouri, you can learn more about how much you may be eligible to receive by using a pre-screening tool for the Food Stamp Program published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration, Food and Nutrition Service.
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