In cities across the country, the end of summer brings throngs to the revived urban famers markets that have become part of the quality of life of many neighborhoods.
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Since it's getting to be peak Farmers' Market season, I talked to a couple of farmers who have been at the various Greenmarkets in New York City for years. As you can imagine, they've seen it all.
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Greenmarket has been bringing fresh and local produce to New York's streets since 1976, long before the terms Slow Food, locavores, and "foodies" even...
With the number of farmers' markets in the United States climbing comfortably toward 5,000 (up from 1,755 in 1994), there's no denying the national ob...
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