| St. George
St. George Greenmarket
Borough Hall Municipal Parking Lot
| Only regional growers, family members, or their employees may sell
at Greenmarket. Middlemen or brokers are not allowed. In addition to fruit and
vegetable growers, Greenmarket invites regional farmers who produce fish, beef,
pork, lamb, poultry, eggs, dairy products, honey, maple syrup, plants, and
other food products to our markets.
Greenmarket has a comprehensive set of rules governing what may be sold and how it may be displayed. Fruits and vegetables must be freshly harvested and well cared for to assure fresh, high-quality produce. With rare exception, all items displayed must be grown, raised or produced by the grower.
|The St. George Greenmarket is run Saturdays from July to November
rain or shine. The largest Greenmarket at Union Square, operates four days a
Over 200 farmers and food producers attend the markets, generally around 8 to 12 in any one market. At a few locations such as Union Square and Grand Army Plaza between 20 and 80 will attend in peak season.
Greenmarket is a program of the Council on the Environment of New York City, a privately funded, not-for-profit organization operating out of the Office of the Mayor.
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rev. July 25 2000