Flatbush Junction Youthmarket

Flatbush Avenue and Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn [map]
Saturdays, 7/11 - 11/21
8:30 am to 3:00 pm

EBT/Food Stamps, Debit/Credit, and WIC & FMNP Coupons accepted.

After a successful trial run last year, Flatbush Junction Youthmarket is starting its second season, and is now one of the five Youthmarkets in Brooklyn. Operated in partnership with East Flatbush Village, Inc., it will provide the community residents access to fresh fruits and vegetables grown by regional farmers. Youth from the neighborhood will operate the Youthmarket as a small business, providing their community with fresh, locally grown produce.

Youthmarket Suppliers:

The Youthmarket sources all of its food from Greenmarket Co., a wholesale distribution service offered by GrowNYC. Greenmarkt Co. is designed to bring the freshest, highest-quality regionally grown farm products to the New York City community. Youthmarket’s produce is grown by the following farms:

Cassaday Farms – Monroeville, NJ
Cayuga Pure Organics – Brooktondale, NY
Champlain Valley Milling – Westport, NY
Dagele Brothers Produce – Florida, NY
Davenport Farms – Stone Ridge, NY
De Meyer Farm – Hilton, NY
Farmer Ground Flour – Trumansburg, NY
Handsome Brook Farm – Various locations throughout New York
LynOaken Orchards – Medina, NY
Marolda Farm – Vineland, NJ
Maine Grains – Skowhegan, ME
Mead Orchards – Tivoli, NY
Muzzarelli Farms – Vineland, NJ
North Country Farms – Watertown, NY
Pastore Orchards – Elm, NJ
Platte Creek Maple Farm – Saugerties, NY
Prospect Hill Orchards – Milton, NY
Reeves Farm – Baldwinsville, NY
Remembrance Farm – Trumansburg, NY
Sarah Nicolosi and Sons – Swedesboro, NJ
Satur Farms – Cutchogue, NY and Palm City, FL (Dec - March)
Sorbello Farms – Woolwich Township, NJ
S&SO – Florida, NY
Toigo Orchards – Shippensburg, PA
Tremblay Apiaries – Van Etten, NY
Willow’s Cranberries – Wareham, MA
Wilklow Orchards – Highland, NY

 

Youthmarket Partners:
Councilmember Jumaane D. Williams
East Flatbush Village, Inc.

 

Inclement weather in the city or in the greater region does affect markets;  markets may close early, or snow-bound farmers may not be able to make it into the city.

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