Episode 213 - Big City Bounty   addthis
Every week a quarter of a million New Yorkers get their food at one of more than three dozen farmers markets across the city. A non-profit organization called Greenmarket has been inviting regional farmers into the city since the 1970’s.  Meat, fish, and produce are king, but jams, jellies, homemade breads, and fresh flowers are just a few of the other homegrown offerings.   



New York Farm Bureau
New York State Department of Agriculture

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