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The Greenmarket 30th Anniversary

New York City's first, largest, and most famous Greenmarket celebrated its 30th year in September 2006. The Greenmarket ensures a continuing supply of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other farm products with its open-air farmers markets that have… more.

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New York City's first, largest, and most famous Greenmarket celebrated its 30th year in September 2006. The Greenmarket ensures a continuing supply of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other farm products with its open-air farmers markets that have been in operation since the Union Square location opened in 1976.

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