Roosevelt Ave at 103 Street, Queens [map]
Open Fridays, 7/10 - 11/20
Market Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
EBT/Food Stamps, Debit/Credit, and WIC & Senior FMNP Coupons accepted 8am-2pm.
Health Bucks are here! EBT users -- for every $5 spent in EBT July-November, customers receive a $2 Health Buck coupon to purchase additional fruits and vegetables.
Situated by Corona Plaza at the foot of the 103rd St-Roosevelt stop on the elevated 7 train, and surrounded by stores and shops, this market serves the diverse surrounding community with farm-fresh produce and family friendly activities that emphasize the importance and benefits of eating fresh, locally grown food. Shop for seasonal vegetables grown in the famous "Black Dirt" region of New York's Orange County, stunning and unique specialty Mexican vegetables and herbs, as well as apples, grapes, cider and fruit juice pressed from locally grown fruit.
Community activities, cooking demonstrations and recipe exchanges will add to the diverse nature of this market.
Every Friday: Come See What’s Cookin’ KIDS! with NYC Department of Health's Stellar Markets program. Come See What’s Cookin’ KIDS! provides FREE food-based activities for children 6 and under. Children explore new fruits and vegetables grown by a local farmer and participate in interactive activities. Topics include: where fruits and vegetables grow, smart snacking, tasting new foods and eating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables.
Angel Family Farm Vegetables, Mexican specialty products, salsas, herbs, and cut flowers from the Black Dirt region of Orange County, NY
Hot Bread Kitchen Multi-ethnic artisan breads and tortillas from New York County, NY
Mimomex Farm Vegetables, herbs, Mexican specialty produce and eggs from Orange County, NY
R & G Produce Vegetables from Orange County, NY
Terhune Orchards Orchard fruit from Dutchess County, NY
Wager's Cider Mill Orchard fruit, grapes, juice & cider from Yates County, NY
Natalia Gutierrez is a native of Colombia and has lived in the United States since 1999. She studied architecture and construction management and worked in the field, but it wasn't until moving to New York in 2012 that she began to explore her real passion: sustainable food. She took a sustainable development course at Dancing Rabbit, an Ecovillage in Rutledge, Missouri, volunteered with Edible Schoolyard NYC, GrowNYC, did an apprenticeship with the Ecostation:NY at Bushwick campus farm and is currently pursuing a Masters in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management at The New School. She is an animal lover, loves to explore new recipes and ingredients, travel and be surrounded by family. Natalia envisions a world where everyone lives in harmony with nature and each other!