The company that makes the app to processes SNAP payments at farmers markets is going out of business.
They're launching a year-round "Beer and Spirits of New York Pop-Up."
While mid-sized restaurants will have access to the new hub, poorer communities will also see the benefits of kale salads.
The restaurant will conclude its tenure on 16th Street before moving to a new home next spring.
The Bronx Hot Sauce is produced with peppers grown in the borough's community gardens.
The market opens today from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. with farmers, restaurants and a special Brooklyn Brewery beer pavilion.
The "Veggie Van" began serving Manhattan's Two Trees neighborhood today, delivering locally-sourced fruits and vegetables.
Greenmarket Wheat, a collaboration with GrowNYC, will be available in the Union Square Farmer's Market, restaurants and Whole Foods.
The market must go on, just not necessarily in the usual place.
Farm stands and local restaurants set up booths on West 117th Street and Frederick Douglas Boulevard from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Healthy, local produce is coming to a handful of bodegas in Bed-Stuy this summer as part of GrowNYC's new "Fresh Bodgeas" initiative.
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