Though it’s common to rely on locally sourced maple, eggs and honey through the colder months, there are plenty of other lively components available.
Free for both iPhone and Android users, the app is updated each market day morning.
Kale’s not the only brassica green in the game.
Farmers markets flourish throughout the city. Find one near you.
Governor Cuomo announces a state-wide $1.8 million initiative to get low-income senior citizens to farmers’ markets.
Meanwhile, Citymeals-on-Wheels, the nonprofit that provides hot weekend meals to the homebound elderly, has teamed up with GrowNYC to deliver fresh fruit and vegetables.
Jeanne Hodesh of Greenmarkets tells us what green goodies to look for while we’re waiting for spring produce to arrive.
In case you missed it in yesterday’s Daily News and on WYNC.com today, the members of Teamsters Union Local 202 are threatening a possible walkout at Hunts Point Terminal Market on January 17. According to the reports the 1,200 workers who work at the wholesale food market in the South Bronx are protesting a proposed 14 cent per hour wage increase after three years at the same pay rate.
Dawn to dusk, he marshals that chaotic cornucopia’s peas and queues.
From September 26th to October 6th Edible Manhattan, Edible East End and Edible Brooklyn — in conjunction with Edibles statewide and GrowNYC — present…
Saturday, July 10, 9am-3pm Hattie Carthan Community Farmers’ Market Clifton Place and Marcy Avenue 212-594-2155 ext 9 It’s opening day at the Hattie Carthan…
On swill dairies, the early role of Macy’s in pasteurization and why you should make yogurt in your apartment, but not butter.