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The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program is part of the senior nutrition program, which provides a variety of nutrition services to seniors, aged 60 and over, with the greatest social and economic need.

The purpose of the Georgia Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (GSFMNP) is to encourage the purchase of eligible, locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables directly from farmers. These direct purchases increase the farmer’s share of the food dollar, keep more of the consumer dollar in local communities and helps to revitalize rural areas.


Local Agency Handbook 2009 [PDF]
Farmer's Handbook 2009 [PDF]
Participant Instructions [PDF]
SFMNP Brochure 2009 [PDF]
Affidavit of Income [PDF]
Affidavit of Income [Word|PDF]

The program is sponsored by the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Aging Services local Area Agencies on Aging.


Sudha Reddy MS, RD, LD
Chief Nutritionist
Division of Aging Services
2 Peachtree St NW
Ste. 9-481
Atlanta, Georgia 303030
Office: 404-657-5316
Fax: 404-657-5285

Site last updated: November 1, 2011

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