Buying local just got easier — you can safely stock up on sustainably-grown food from 30 local farmers and producers through Green City Market's online ordering platform powered by WhatsGood, with home delivery or curbside pick-up. Available all winter long.More details available here.
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Green City strives to enhance access to fresh, healthy, locally-grown food to all members of our community. We match the value of Link benefits dollar-for-dollar (up to $15 per card, per market day) to spend at our farmers makets and through our curbside pick-up program. If you use your Link card at Green City Market, you get $30 to spend for using just $15 of benefits. Click here to learn more.
What's fresh in January
Vegetables: arugula, carrots, spinach, beets, lettuce, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery root, watercress, mushrooms, radishes, sorrel, squashes, ginger, boy choy, microgreens, turnips, kale, leeks, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, herbs, shallots, sunchokes
Fruits: apples, pears, cranberries, pumpkins, frozen tomatoes, cherries, strawberries, and blueberries
Meat/seafood/protein: charcuterie, chicken, duck, beef, lake-caught fish, lamb, pork, tofu, turkey
All season long: beans, breads, butter, cider, cheeses, eggs, grains/flours, honey, hot sauce, maple syrup, pecans, pesto, pickles, pies, popcorn, preserves, salsas/sauces, vinegar
Drinks: kombucha, apple cider, green juice, locally-roasted coffee
Ready to eat: tamales, grilled cheese, pastries, quiche, sandwiches, soups, tofu salad
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