ALDI stores open to SNAP orders
CHARLESTON — Online purchasing options are now available at ALDI grocery stores for West Virginians using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits, the Department of Health and Human Resources Friday said.
The benefit is available through the West Virginian Mountain State Electronic Benefits Transfer program.
“Helping our clients gain access to food with increased protection for social distancing is important,” Jacquelyn Hoppe, director of EBT banking services, said. “By enabling online card transactions, West Virginia’s EBT cardholders can now purchase groceries for delivery or pick up with minimal contact.”
For more information go to dhhr.wv.gov/ebt/.