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A farmers market returns to World Trade Center for the first time since 9/11

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A farmers market has returned to World Trade Center! 

Greenmarket opened yesterday at Oculus Plaza and will be around every Tuesday from 7am–7pm through November 21. The market will sell fresh and local goods like seafood, vegetables, fruits and juices, dairy products and bread. Everything at the market is 100% farmer grown, produced, caught, or foraged, as part of GrowNYC Greenmarket's mission.

The original market opened at the Twin Towers in 1984, but closed following the tragic events of 9/11. Almost 16 years later, it's finally back in its new home. 

Vendors include potato vodka from 1857 spirits, cheese from Consider Bradwell Farm, chutneys from Beth's Farm Kitchen LLC, maple syrup from Roxbury Mountain Maple and many more. Enjoy this summer bounty!

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