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 November
Vegetables: arugula, carrots, spinach, beets, lettuce, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery root, watercress, mushrooms, radishes, sorrel, squashes, garlic, ginger, boy choy, microgreens, turnips, kale, leeks, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, herbs, shallots, sunchokes
Fruits: apples, pears, cranberries, pumpkins, and 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
Latest blog posts
Thursday, November 19, 2020
So you’re home for the holidays. Literally. This season, Green City Market presents a bold new way to holiday. Whether you’re working from home, navigating remote learning, or getting real friendly with Netflix’s “recommended …
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 54 million people may experience food insecurity in 2020. "People who never thought they'd experience food insecurity are now seeking food assistance," says Luis Guardia, president of the Food …
Sustainable farms devastated by coronavirus: The GCM community responds to protect the future of food
Thursday, November 12, 2020
“When you’re in the city, you may not have access to a garden of your own, so you want the next best, or even the very best thing, and go to someone who’s personally involved in growing the product. That’s really been our juice,” …
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