Posted by / Thursday, June 14, 2012

Farmers Market in New York City

Just a really quick update on my travels here in NYC this week — the Union Square GreenMarket is always a favorite stop while in the city. You literally come up out of the subway into a garden scene of fresh, local and mostly organic produce and meats. It's always bustling with chefs and city dwellers looking for the best in locally grown fresh produce.

What really caught my eye this time around was the vintage 45-55 year old crates that were holding the produce. These particular crates came from Rogowski Farm in Pine Island NY. It really gave an eye appealing vintage feel to the market and NYC.

E.A.T. local E.A.T. well

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