- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 14, 2009

NATICK, MASS. (AP) - BJ’s Wholesale Club says it will begin accepting electronic food stamp payments at all of its 180 stores.

The Natick, Mass.-based chain said Tuesday that effective immediately, members can purchase food with government-issued food stamps through Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) payments.

BJ’s president and CEO Laura Sen said the decision was a recognition of the different and changing financial needs of its members.

BJ’s, which operates stores in 15 states, also accepts cash, checks and most major credit and debit cards.

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