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Local Double Up Food Bucks program first in country to go digital, reduce lost benefits

by (erictank)

Submitted 08-12-2014 under INNOVATION-SPOTLIGHT

The Fulton Street Farmers Market (FSFM), as well as about a dozen smaller markets in the area, is partnered with the Fair Food Network offering a program called Double Up Food Bucks (Double Up) that benefits low income persons by matching Bridge...

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Fulton Street Farmers Market to host summer solstice party

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 06-11-2014 under NEWS

On Saturday, June 21, The Fulton Street Farmers Market’s new Board of Directors is hosting a summer solstice party from 5-8pm at the market. This event is in celebration of the new growing season and the Market’s new facilities. Founders...

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In Season: November 9

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 11-05-2013 under NONPROFITS

Just In at the Market: Cranberries Get it Before It's Gone: Fall Raspberries Broccoli Celery Currently at the Market: Brussel Sprouts Cranberries Turnips Sweet PotatoesWinter SquashPie...

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In Season: December 8, 2012

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 12-08-2012 under NONPROFITS

  In season at the Market Apples Root Vegetables Evergreens Christmas Trees Currently at the Market Onions (Green) Radishes Winter Squash Shoots Wheatgrass Cabbage (Kohlrabi) Lettuce (Romaine, Red Leaf, Green leaf, Boston Bibb) Kale Garlic...

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In Season July 24th

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 07-24-2012 under NONPROFITS

New at the Market! Tomatillas Sweet Corn Cucumbers (lemon, green) Currently at the Market! Beets Onions (Green, Candy, Vidalia) Bell Peppers (green, yellow, red, orange) Banana Pepper (paprika, sweet, hot, cherry bomb) Jalapenos Tomatoes (green,...

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Fulton Street Farmers Market ready for architectural design unveiling

by (MidtownGR)

Submitted 08-30-2010 under NONPROFITS

Picture this: Instead of a braid of 122 wooden stalls flanked by gray space, immediately eye-catching about the lot at 1147 E. Fulton is a sign. Fulton Street Farmers Market, it will say, framed by a hospitality building to the left and shaded...

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