New Jersey Contacts

SNAP Info & Contacts

Program name/EBT Card Name: NJ SNAP/Families First Card
Current contractor: Xerox State and Local Solutions, Inc. (Conduent)

DeWanda Kelley
State of NJ – Division of Family Development
(609) 631-4960


New Jersey Ag Department


WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program

Electra Moses, WIC Director

Phone: (609) 292-9560

Fax: (609) 633-2794

Toll Free: 1-800-328-3838

VOC Contact: 609-292-9560



Dorothy Ngumezi, FMNP/SFMNP Coordinator

Phone: (609) 292-9560

FAX: (609) 292-3580

New Jersey News/Case Studies

Standing Together Against Racism: Black Lives Matter

Stephanie Fenty June 3, 2020

Over the past week, the United States has been shaken by the deep inequities rooted within our justice system that have continued to destroy the lives of Black Americans like George Floyd. In the past, the Farmers Market Coalition has largely remained silent on matters of race and injustice. We will do so no longer.… Read More

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NJ State Commisssioner Champions Food Assistance at Farmers Markets, Slams Proposed Aid Cuts

Liz Comiskey August 17, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – One of the city’s summer farmer’s market got a visit from a state commissioner Tuesday who trumpeted not only what was being sold but how it was sold to promote the federal Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) former known as food stamps. “I’m really excited how our SNAP program is combined… Read More

From Coast to Coast: A Snapshot of the 2018 Farmers Market Poster Contest

Allie Vrtachnik May 25, 2018

The 2018 National Farmers Market Poster Contest has come to a close, folks! The deadline for poster submissions was May 15th, but you still have till until May 31st to act as a judge for the Fan Favorite award. Your vote counts as a ‘like’ for your local market or favorite submission. Browse the contest… Read More

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Two New Jersey Market Manager Conferences in Spring 2018

Liz Comiskey February 19, 2018

March 22 – 9:30-2:30 in West Windsor, NJ, for suburban and more traditional market settings. April 4 – 11:00-3:30 in Newark, NJ, for urban markets. From NJ monthly Are you a farmer, producer or manager of a farmers’ market in New Jersey? If so, there are two conferences in the next month geared to your… Read More