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What is the EBT?
Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) is an electronic system that allows a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participant to pay for food using SNAP benefits. When a participant shops at a SNAP authorized retail store, their SNAP EBT account is debited to reimburse the store for food that was purchased. EBT is in use in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. EBT has been the sole method of SNAP issuance in all states since June of 2004.
It is good to see that poor people can find some help in getting some food but there are some issues that need to be addressed and corrected. For example, a homeless guy can not buy a roasted chicken because it is already cooked. 😆 while s/he can buy it frozen and cook it later to eat.
Can you please explain to us how do you expect these homeless people to have a refrigerator or a cooker while they sleep in the streets? And what is the difference between a roasted chicken and a ready made cake?
It is exactly the opposite. The needy need ready made food if there is a chance to cook for people who are poor but live at home, this chance is not available for others. Also, the non income people who are mostly seniors sometimes find it hard to cook and they need help with that. The least that can be done is to be able to buy a roasted chicken or a sandwich.
What do you think? Does it make any sense to you? Do you think that this regulation can be simply adjusted to help all different categories of people?