Marble Hill Youthmarket

225th St. between Broadway and Exterior, Bronx  [map]
Thursdays, 7/9 to 11/19
1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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

Operated in partnership with Bronx Community Board 8 and Bon Secours New York Health System/Schervier Nursing Care Center, the Marble Hill Youthmarket provides the community with access to locally grown fruits and vegetables. Youth from the neighborhood operates the Youthmarket as a small business, and provides their community with fresh, locally grown produce. The Marble Hill Youthmarket is now in its sixth season.

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:
Bon Secours/New York Health Systems
Bronx Community Board 8
 

 

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