About EatSF

We envision a San Francisco where all people in all neighborhoods can access and afford fruits and vegetables.

EatSF is a healthy food program, providing low-income San Franciscans vouchers for free fruits and vegetables.

EatSF assists low-income San Franciscans with basic needs related to food and health. The program facilitates healthy eating, extends food budgets, drives the local supply of produce, and enhances the economic health of low-income communities.

“The EatSF program is a win-win. It helps low-income SF residents afford healthy produce, which improves health. It also helps address food deserts by supporting the ability of food vendors to stock healthy produce.” Dr. Tomás Aragón, Health Officer, San Francisco Department of Public Health


EatSF is helping address some of the biggest barriers to accessing and affording healthy foods critical for well-being by low-income communities.

EatSF is Good for the Whole Neighborhood

Too few stores in low-income neighborhoods sell healthy and affordable foods. Many communities become food deserts where access to nutritious foods is hard to find.

EatSF works with neighborhood stores in these communities. Store owners say that EatSF has changed what food their customers buy. They are re-stocking fruits and vegetables more often and throwing away less. This allows stores to increase the variety and quality of produce they stock.

EatSF Saves Public Health Dollars & Benefits Communities

Residents in low-income neighborhoods have much higher hospitalization rates for conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart failure. Yet, these diseases can be preventable through access to good nutrition and moderate exercise.

EatSF helps people buy the fresh produce they need to stay healthy, both today and in the future, reducing money spent on medical care.

EatSF Provides the Missing Link

Many organizations educate their clients in health and nutrition so that they can stay healthy. What has been missing is the means for people to get fresh fruits and vegetables after the class and coaching are over.

We make it easy for EatSF participants. They can get nutrition and healthy living advice from organizations they already visit, then take their vouchers to a store near their homes and get the produce they’ve been advised to eat.


How To Use Vouchers

Vouchers are valid ONLY for fresh and frozen fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Pre-packaged fruits and vegetables like salad mixes are okay. Vouchers cannot be used for fruits and vegetables with added sugar or salt.


Check out the “Recipes” section and click on “Advanced search” for more search options, such as limited kitchen, very quick recipes, kid-friendly recipes, Asian recipes, and more.


I went to one of the corner stores and they wouldn’t take my voucher. What do I do? "If you have a problem using your voucher, please contact the staff at the site where you get your vouchers, or contact... the EatSF Program Coordinator using the “Connect” button at the top of this page."


California Produce

986 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA 94109, United States

(415) 345-1700

Accepts EBT and credit cards
Offers a large variety of fruits and vegetables

City Supermarket

669 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States

(415) 474-2126

Accepts EBT but NO credit cards
Offers a variety of foods, including Asian fruits and vegetables

Amigo's Market

500 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94109, United States

(415) 674-4145

Accepts EBT and credit cards
Offers a variety of ethnic (including Latino) foods

Radman's Produce Market

201 Turk Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States

(415) 674-4437

Accepts EBT and credit cards
Offers a variety of fruits and vegetables

Heart of the City Farmer's Market

1182 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States

(415) 558-9455
Market Information Tent located at Hyde and Fulton

SOMA Market

1000 Howard St, San Francisco, CA, United States


2300 16th St, San Francisco, CA, United States

Mid-City Market

868 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

Lee's Market

1397 Revere Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

Friendly's Market

1499 Thomas Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

Super Save

4517 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

Foods Co (14th and Folsom)

1800 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States

Foods Co (Williams Ave.)

345 Williams Ave, San Francisco, CA, United States

EatSF vouchers are accepted at select corner stores in the Tenderloin, SOMA, and Bayview and at the Heart of the City Farmer’s Market.

Tenderloin & SOMA Store Locations

Amigo’s Market (500 Ellis Street) corner of Ellis & Leavenworth
(415) 674-4145

California Produce (986 Polk St) at Geary
(415) 345-1700

City Supermarket (669 Geary St.) between Jones and Leavenworth
(415) 474-2126

Mid-City Market (868 Geary St.) between Larkin and Hyde
(415) 474-1568

Radman’s Produce Market (201 Turk Street) at Jones
(415) 674-4437

Safeway (16th & Potrero)
(415) 575-1120

SOMA Market (1000 Howard St.) between 5th & 6th St.
(415) 553-6333

Heart of the City Farmers Market
UN Plaza, along Market St between 7th and 8th streets (above Civic Center BART station)
Market Info Tent located at Hyde and Fulton
(415) 558-9455

Bayview Locations

Lee’s Market (1397 Revere St.)
(415) 822-2818

Friendly’s Market (1499 Thomas St.)
(415) 822-8321

Super Save (4517 3rd St.)
(415) 282-3722

Foods Co (1800 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103)
(415) 558-9137

Foods Co (345 Williams Ave., San Francisco, CA 94124)
(415) 330-1870

More locations will be added as the program grows, so please check back here for an updated list.

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EatSF In Action

A Year in Review!

EatSF is turning 1-year old in the month of April So far, we’ve enrolled over 1,000 households, partnered with 40 community-based organizations and signed on 12 grocers. “The EatSF program changed everything for me,” says Marilyn, a participant. “Each month, I get four vouchers.… Read More »


We thank the following organizations for their help and support in organizing and implementing the EatSF program.

Special thanks to our lead supporters: Hellman Foundation and City and County of San Francisco

  • Bayview HEAL Zone
  • Curry Senior Center
  • EatFresh.org
  • Episcopal Community Services
  • Feeling Good Project
  • Healthy Retail SF
  • Leah’s Pantry
  • Mercy Housing
  • San Francisco Department of Public Health
  • San Francisco General Hospital Foundation
  • San Francisco Food Security Task Force
  • St. Anthony’s
  • St. Francis Foundation
  • Tenderloin Healthy Corner Store Coalition
  • Tenderloin Hunger Task Force
  • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp.
  • Tom Waddell Urban Health Clinic
  • UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations
  • YMCA


Phone: (415) 206-4947 • Fax: (415) 206-5586