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Noun1.greenmarket - an open-air marketplace for farm productsgreenmarket - an open-air marketplace for farm products
market square, open-air market, open-air marketplace - a public marketplace where food and merchandise is sold
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FORTY years ago, and these earlymorning shoppers were queuing for bread at Greggs in the Greenmarket, Newcastle.
Serrano today announced $2,484,746 in federal funding has been awarded for the New York State Greenmarket Regional Food Hub.
This world-famous Greenmarket began in 1976 with just a few farmers, and has grown exponentially.
The now-legendary Union Square Greenmarket and a growing number of neighborhood markets blossomed from that idea, making locally grown produce available to ordinary city folk and inspiring many of New York's most prominent chefs and food writers to embrace the super-seasonal.
The New Greenmarket Cookbook gathers recipes and culinary tips from modern chefs who focus on farm-fresh ingredients, and provides home cooks with a set of insights on using fresh produce in innovative new ways.
Other fitness-based and sportswear retailers have done extremely well here, operating alongside Whole Foods and the greenmarket at Union Square, which are turning this entire area into a wellness district in its own right.
Today's picture shows the early morning bread queue at the Greggs shop in the Greenmarket in Newcastle, but in what year?
New York-based low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU) said it is hosting the first-ever curated greenmarket at its T5 home terminal at New York's JFK Airport.
com)-- The Delray GreenMarket is relocating to the Old School Square Park in the Pineapple Grove Arts District for its 17th season, beginning Saturday, October 13.
Located around the corner from New York's Union Square Greenmarket, Corkbuzz is a unique hybrid of wine bar, school and wine-savvy event space.
Those people in those paintings there," said Bob Lewis, who co-founded the New York City Greenmarket in 1976 alongside Barry Benepe, "they ate organically, and local.
It's silly - you should be able to buy exactly the amount you want," the New York Daily News quoted Mia Spence, 34, who was shopping at Union Square Greenmarket Monday, as saying.