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At this long-established market, you can find exotic fruits and veggies such as Lychee nuts, seasonal apples, Mexican produce and specialty goods – not to mention fresh bread, artisan products and more!

Be sure to shop early at this thriving market in NYC to take advantage of its wide range of vendors.

Union Square Greenmarket

Union Square Greenmarket began as a modest gathering of farmers and fishers in 1976 and has grown exponentially; during peak season over 140 regional farmers, fishers, bakers and fishermen from across New York State descend upon Union Square to sell their produce to an enthusiastic customer base who support local agriculture with their food dollars. Operated by Grow NYC this market operates Monday, Wednesday Friday Saturday throughout the year allowing shoppers access to fresh-picked produce, gourmet cheeses and baked goods, locally raised meats jams pickles fresh flowers plants wine cider cider maple syrup as well as specialty provisions not readily found elsewhere.

There’s something electrifying about exploring this beloved open-air market. Visitors come from all backgrounds to shop for fresh fruit & veggies, floral arrangements and provisions from local artisans.

Union Square Greenmarket is New York City’s largest farmers market, featuring booths along both west and north sides of Union Square park. Their produce selection is vast – new varieties arriving daily! Many producers provide cooking demonstrations while children can also participate in educational programs like Taste It! (Mon-Wed-Fri) or GrowNYC Food Access & Agriculture Education program to make learning fun!

The market also offers an assortment of non-food items, such as jewelry, clothing and pottery. Cash, EBT/Food Stamps, debit/credit cards, WIC Vegetable & Fruit checks and FMNP coupons can all be accepted here; additionally it serves as a drop off point for compostable food waste in cooperation with Lower East Side Ecology Center; some vendors accept advance orders for products like chicken hearts and fancy cut roasts while City Harvest distributes donations made on an end of day basis to NYC food pantries and soup kitchens.

Chelsea Market

At its location in the old Nabisco (Oreo) factory, this market has become internationally renowned for its wide variety of products. Considered one of the great indoor food and retail marketplaces worldwide, its offerings have something for everyone from dining out to cheese or salt purchases or browsing shops – no matter your interest!

Mini Melanie, a food hall within Chelsea Market’s main market, features Michelin-guide-recommended desserts from Food Network’s hit show CHOPPED host Melanie Lynn and will also showcase small businesses selling jewelry, candles and art work. Open Monday to Saturday 7AM-10PM and Sunday 8AM-9PM respectively – guests can access Mini Melanie midblock between 9th and 10th Avenues near Live Nation offices for easy access.

At Newport Marketplace you will find everything from traditional seafood, cheese and wine to unique specialty foods, sweets and treats. There are also great restaurants and a few bars nearby – it is best to come here with an empty stomach and bring a bag as you may end up visiting multiple places!

Miznon, an Israeli food chain known for serving tasty wraps and pitas packed with meats, veggies, and salad. Black Seed offers New York-style bagels. Or for something different try Elmer’s Taco Shop (tacos and tamales) or Brooklyn Bowl’s famously greasy yet flavorful Brooklyn Bowl. Finally after you’ve indulged yourself, take a stroll down High Line Park or take a digestive walk on Hudson Yards Vessel to digest.

Park Slope Greenmarket

This year-round market offers an assortment of local foods, such as fruit and vegetables, artisanal cheese, fresh flowers, breads, locally brewed kombucha and flavored olive oil. Vendors at this market work closely with customers promoting their products through social media as well as offering samples ensuring it serves as a true community gathering space. It runs every Saturday throughout the year.

Greenmarket Prospect Park Farmers Market, Greenmarket’s flagship location and second largest in the program. A vibrant gathering place for runners, dog walkers and families looking for fresh produce while taking part in food programming or celebrating seasonal festivals throughout the year, this market draws runners, dog walkers and families who visit this unique event.

The market offers an impressive variety of produce, but some of its most sought-after items include fresh seafood and humanely raised meats. There are also many organic goods such as vegetables, herbs and fruits, plus many prepared foods such as sushi and burgers available at this market.

Though smaller than its city counterparts, this charming neighborhood farmers market still provides plenty to offer its visitors. Boasting baked goods, fresh flowers, and artisanal cheese stalls this market makes an excellent stop on Sunday morning shopping trips in Brooklyn. After browsing vendors take a seat inside Tompkins Park to people watch while listening to live jazz music performed right there! Located between 4th Street and 5th Avenue this market remains open year-round for your shopping pleasure!

Inwood Hill Park Farmers Market

At Inwood Hill Park’s year-round farmers market, visitors will find an assortment of fresh produce, baked goods and artisanal cheeses for purchase – perfect for picnicking before or after shopping. Furthermore, this market accepts SNAP benefits and is easily accessible via public transit.

NYC farmers markets provide every type of locally produced food you could possibly imagine, from huge and bustling marketplaces to more peaceful affairs. Before visiting, be sure to know what is expected at each market; some markets only operate during certain seasons or may offer all-year access.

At NYC Greenmarkets you’ll find organic vegetables, heirloom tomatoes, rhubarb, heritage pork products from Hudson Valley Duck Charcuterie Company and Kimchee Harvest as well as raw honey from Tremblay Apiaries as well as maple syrup and local goat cheese from Tremblay Apiaries. Brooklyn Market also offers an abundance of organic fruits and veggies such as local apples/pears/apricots/arugula; its weekly market runs Tuesday 10 am-6 pm.

The Nyack farmers’ market is open Thursdays from 8:30am – 2:30pm in the municipal parking lot located at Main and Cedar Streets. Offering fruits, vegetables, perennials, orchids and baked goods such as pies or breads made locally as well as cheeses breads honey for purchase – making this market the ideal place for fresh local ingredients while supporting local producers! Open rain or shine.

Sunnyside Farmers Market

Sunnyside Farmers Market in Denver provides fresh local produce. Situated at Union Station plaza, this market operates every Saturday morning from 9 am to 1 pm and features fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, cheeses, bread pasta cider coffee sauces and other prepared foods – plus chef demos and live music performances by Care and Share, which provides food to over 280 food pantries and meals sites in southern Colorado.

From May through December, this greenmarket offers seasonal and local products from fresh fruit and berries to herbs and spices, specialty items like heirloom tomatoes and hyper-local honey as well as locally produced meat and dairy as well as artisan bread and cheese.

Another great aspect of this market is that it accepts EBT/SNAP cards as well as credit and debit payments – making healthy, affordable food accessible for everyone. Situated near the Museum of Natural History, this market provides fresh, local foods in an easily accessible space.

Queens NYC neighborhoods such as Jackson Heights & Elmhurst, Forest Hills & Sunnyside, Corona / Jamaica / Ridgewood & Glendale can all be found within Queens.

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