Grocery delivery services have faced unprecedented demand since the start of the coronavirus pandemic as more people are eager to avoid crowded stores. But those who receive food stamps, otherwise known as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, aren’t always able access to grocery delivery services. That’s changing with Instacart’s pilot program, which will allow people to select EBT SNAP cards as a payment option when ordering from Aldi stores.
Instacart says the change is particularly important now, as the coronavirus pandemic has caused millions of families to deal with food insecurity. More than six million people signed up for food
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