Food stamps: February SNAP payments worth up to $1,751 for California residents to wrap up in four days

California food stamps, also known as CalFresh under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, will finish distributing benefits for February in four days.

SNAP began issuing payments on the first of the month, and the payments end on Saturday. Payments will be distributed to qualified low-income households depending on the recipient’s case number.

For example, California recipients with case numbers ending in 1 received their CalFresh benefits on Thursday, and the payment dates continue until Saturday, when those with case numbers ending in 0 will receive their payments.

Most California households with a monthly gross income at or below 130% of the federal poverty level will qualify for SNAP. The maximum payment is $291 for a household of one, $973 for a household of four, and $1,751 for a household of eight. Up to $219 is added to a household’s food stamps for each member after
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