Archive | July, 2012

What’s Fresh This Week – July 29

Why Buy Local? The word “local” factors prominently in everything we do at Schenectady Greenmarket. Our vendors are from within a 100-mile radius of our downtown Schenectady locations and they produce all that is sold at the market. We encourage everyone, those who shop at Schenectady Greenmarket every Sunday, and the public at large, to […]

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Why Buy Local?

The word “local” factors prominently in everything we do at Schenectady Greenmarket. Our vendors are from within a 100-mile radius of our downtown Schenectady locations and they produce all that is sold at the market. We encourage everyone, those who shop at Schenectady Greenmarket every Sunday, and the public at large, to “buy local, eat […]

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What’s fresh this week – July 22

Summer is heating up! But the food down at Schenectady Greenmarket will keep you cool. One of the great things about summer produce is that it doesn’t need to be cooked to be enjoyed. Crunchy carrots and cucumbers dipped in hummus are a cool snack. Sweet peaches and yummy berries tossed with honey is a […]

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What’s Fresh This Week – July 15

A Bit of News for the July 15 market: A Note About Eggs – Eggs will be scarce at the market the next couple of months. During hot dry spells chickens slow their laying and sometimes stop all together. Talk to your farmer to find out more. Harvest Update – Fruits and veggies normally harvested […]

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What’s Fresh This Week – July 8

Barber’s Farm: First new potatoes! Candy and red tropea onions, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, summer squash, slicing and pickling cucumbers, beets, fennel, lettuce and cooking greens, plus squash blossoms! Four Wheel Farm: Squash flowers, baby zucchini, cut flowers and perennials. Buy one perennial for $10.00 and get another for $5.00–other bargains too. Mariaville Farm: Fresh chicken […]

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