Farmer Profiles

Angel Family Farms
Ana and Fily Angel
Markets: Astoria, Williamsburg, Corona, Sunset Park, and Tompkins.


R&R Produce
Yesenia and Rogelio Bautista
Markets: Barryville.

Amantai Farm
Jorge Carmona
Markets: 97th Street, Union Square, and Cortelyou.

 

Tello's Green Farm 
Alejandra and Nestor Tello
Markets: Union Sq., 97th St., Grand Army Plaza, Ft. Greene, Jackson Heights, and Carroll Gardens.

 

Gonzalez Farm 
Claudio Gonzalez
Markets: Atlas Park, Sunnyside, Socrates, 92nd Street, and Columbia.

 

Jersey Farm Produce 
Hector Perez
Markets: Tribeca, Bowling Green, City Hall, Rock Center (Jul-Aug), Williamsburg, Carroll Gardens, and Park Slope.
 

El Poblano
Gudelio Garcia
Markets: East New York Farms.

 

Fresh Radish Farm
Feliciano Gonzalez
Markets: Bronx Boro Hall, Elmhurst, 82nd Street, and Grand Army Plaza.


Staten Island Family Farms
Agustin Juarez
Markets: St. George.

 

Nolasco's Farm
Paz and Sergio Nolasco
Markets: Poe Park, Ft. Washington, 175th St., Inwood, Sunnyside, and Jackson Heights.


Pavia Family Farm
Rosbelia and Ruperto Pavia
Markets: Brooklyn Boro Hall and Bushwick.


El Mirador Farm
Teresa and Victor Pavia
Markets: Saint Marks, Inwood, Corona, Staten Island Mall, St. George, and Cortelyou.
 

Perez Market Farm
Javier Perez
Markets: City Hall, Myrtle & Wyckoff, Newburgh, Port Jervis, and Haverstraw.


Mimomex Farm
Gaudencia and Martin Rodriguez
Union Sq., Poe Park, Windsor Terrace, 104th & 3rd, Lincoln Hospital, Corona, 167th St., Sunset Park, Middletown, and 106th St.


La Baraja Farm
Maritza and Pedro Rodriguez
Markets: Lincoln Hospital, 175th St., Newburgh, Bushwick, Graham Avenue, and Jackson Heights.


Sun "y" Farm Originally from Mexico
Felix Serrano
Markets: Pennsylvania farmers markets.

 

 

 

As the expiration date of the Farm Bill looms on September 30th, it's crucial to understand the importance of this legislation, particularly its role in authorizing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). For 1.8 million New Yorkers, SNAP is not just a program—it’s a lifeline that ensures families have access to healthy food and nutritious meals.

SNAP in New York City: The Numbers