MANHATTAN – It’s that time of the year— a bounty of fresh locally-grown fruits and vegetables will be available for Upper East Siders as the 92nd Street Greenmarket returns to Yorkville this Sunday, June 20th.
Located on 92nd street between First and Second Avenues, you can shop the large selection of fresh locally-grown fruits, vegetables, eggs, baked goods and locally-caught seafood from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm every Sunday, through November 21st.
Farmers expected at the 92nd Street Greenmarket include:
- Meredith’s Country Bakery – Baked goods from Ulster County, NY
- American Pride Seafood – Wild-caught fish & shellfish from Suffolk County, NY
- Halal Pastures Farm – Vegetables from Orange County, NY
- Sikking Flowers – Cut flowers from Atlantic County, NJ
- Phillips Farms – Vegetables from Hunterdon County, NJ
- Norwich Meadows Farm – Organic vegetables from Chenango County, NY
- Kimchee Harvest – Farmstead kimchee & vegetables from Delaware County, NY
- Grandpa Farm – Vegetables, herbs & fresh-cut flowers from Orange County, NY
- Ole’ Mother Hubbert – Milk, poultry & eggs from Orange County, NY
The Greenmarket accepts Cash, SNAP/EBT, Debit/Credit, WIC & Senior FMNP coupons.
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In addition to Greenmarket’s fresh food vendors, this Sunday, June 20th, they’ll also be hosting a ‘Shred-a-Thon’ for unwanted personal documents. Just bring your old junk mail and bills to the Greenmarket from 10:00am to 2:00pm to have them securely shredded.
Be sure to remove any staples or paper clips, and no cardboard or hardcover books will be shredded, so leave it at home.
The 92nd Street Greenmarket is organized by the non-profit GrowNYC, which also operates the 82nd Street Greenmarket on Saturdays year-round.
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