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Seniors must apply online for farmers market coupons

Posted: Friday, January 13, 2012 4:54 pm

The Alabama Farmers Market Authority is requiring seniors to go online to register for its Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program.

FMA Director Don Wambles said the change was made to make the application process easier for seniors. Despite the fact many seniors don't have computers or access to the Internet, the online application is the only way to register for the nutrition program.

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