Florida Food Stamps Added Due To Hurricane Dorian

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Florida’s Department of Children and Families announced on Friday that it has been approved by the United States Department of Agriculture to issue Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to all 67 Florida counties due to approaching Huricane Dorian, also known as food stamps.

SNAP customers who were scheduled to receive their benefits between September 1 and September 14 will now be able to access benefits through their Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards starting August 31 at noon.

Current Florida food stamp recipients who were scheduled to receive their benefits between September 1 and September 14 will now be able to access benefits starting August 31 at noon.

This is an early release of regular benefits and not a distribution of additional funds.