Real Food, Real Choice: Connecting SNAP Recipient with Farmers Markets is an in-depth study of the use of SNAP benefits at farmers markets. The report examines the issue from a variety of perspectives, including the capacity of farmers markets to operate programs to accept EBT (electronic benefits transfer) cards; the types of programs that markets have created; the barriers low-income shoppers face in patronizing farmers markets; and state and federal level policies that affect the usage of EBT cards at farmers markets. The report concludes with a road map for change, which features primary and secondary tiers of recommendations.