Did you know that you can your EBT benefits at local Maui Farmers Markets?

Why SNAP for farmers markets?

By accepting SNAP / EBT benefits, local Maui farmers markets create an environment where everyone is welcome, and where low‐income families and individuals can access fresh, healthy foods that are locally grown right here in Hawaii. In addition, accepting SNAP provides additional revenue for local Maui farmers/vendors by bringing federal SNAP dollars into our local economy.

Over $42 million in SNAP benefits are being spent in Hawaii each month. Imagine if just one dollar of every $100 of these was spent at farmers markets – it would mean a boost of $420,000 every month to local farmers and food producers.

EBT at Maui Farmer’s Markets

Where can I use my EBT on Maui?

Use Your EBT / SNAP at these Maui Farmers Markets:


Lipoa St. Farmers Market South Maui Center on Lipoa St, Kihei Saturday 8:30am-noon

Upcountry Farmers Market Pukalani Longs Saturday 8am-noon

Maui Nui Farm Lower Kula Rd at 151 Pulehunui Rd, Kula. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am – 5pm

Wednesday Farmers Market Waipuna Chapel, Kula Wednesday 9am-1pm

Farmers Market of Maui-Kihei 61 S. Kihei Rd, Kihei Monday, Tuesday 8am-4pm

Hana Fresh Hana Medical Center, Hana Monday-Friday 10am-2pm

Feed My Sheep Market Parking lot at corner of Dickenson and Wainee St., Lahaina Thursday 10-noon

EBT at Maui Stores

Use Your EBT to Buy Maui Grown Produce at these Local Maui Stores

Mana Foods 49 Baldwin Avenue, Paia Daily 8am – 8:30pm

Down to Earth 305 Dairy Rd, Kahului Daily 7am – 9pm

Hawaiian Moons 2411 South Kihei Rd, Kihei Daily 8am – 9pm

How to Get EBT

How Do I Get EBT?

Maui residents seeking EBT / SNAP / Food Stamps first need to complete the benefits application form,  available online or at all State of Hawaii benefits offices.  After you have completed your application and gathered all the required paperwork (paystubs, bills, etc ) to verify your information, use the maps below to find the EBT office closest to your home.  Click here for benefits office contact information statewide.

An intake worker will go over your  application with you to see if you qualify for SNAP benefits.  If  you meet the requirements, the worker will determine which of the three eligibility standards you meet, if any, based on your individual income and needs.

NOTE: There are often long waits at the Maui EBT office. Be sure to get there early, and bring all of your paperwork to avoid delays.

Maui Public Assistance Office – Open 7am – 4pm

State Office Building

54 High St. #125 Wailuku, HI 96793

Phone: 808-984-8300

Fax: 808-984-8333


Molokai Public Assistance

55 Makaena Pl. Rm. 1 Kaunakakai, HI 96748

Phone: 808-553-1715

Fax: 808-553-1720

Mailing Address: PO Box 70 Kaunakakai, HI 96748

Lanai Public Assistance

730 Lanai Avenue Lanai City, HI 96763

Phone: 808-565-7102

Fax: 808-565-6460

Mailing Address: PO Box 631374 Lanai City, HI 96763