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Synonyms for greenmarket

an open-air marketplace for farm products

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Traders were originally told a new Greenmarket would be created in the revamped shopping centre, but in July 2008 the council decided it would be too costly.
Under the Greenmarket Trade Law, greenmarket sellers shall pay pension and health insurance contributions at the same rate that applies for individual farmers, that is, 20 percent of the average salary in the previous year.
If Greggs has been part and parcel of city life for decades, there was a Greenmarket in Newcastle for around 400 years.
Most recently, a property-wide composting program was introduced in co-ordination with the New York City Department of Sanitation and GrowNYC, the non-profit that runs local greenmarkets.
According to the carrier, the pop-up farm stand will feature products grown and produced by greenmarket farmers from New York State.
With free live entertainment each week, and a variety of special events, the Delray GreenMarket is a fun, educational experience for the whole family.
"Those people in those paintings there," said Bob Lewis, who co-founded the New York City Greenmarket in 1976 alongside Barry Benepe, "they ate organically, and local." He gestured to the portraits of prominent Dutch-era Brooklynites hanging along the stately walls of the Historical Society's Othmer library.
"It's silly - you should be able to buy exactly the amount you want," the New York Daily News quoted Mia Spence, 34, who was shopping at Union Square Greenmarket Monday, as saying.
As an EPA WaterSense promotional partner, DEP is promoting the value of water efficiency and increasing awareness of the WaterSense brand by distributing program materials at public outreach events and the Union Square Greenmarket. DEP is also linking to the WaterSense Web site, www.epa.gov/watersense, from its own Web pages.
A greenmarket will come to the 42nd Street side of the Port Authority bus terminal on Thursdays from 8 a.m.
The crowd sipped champagne and munched from a greenmarket harvest and "sweets for the cure," and listened as Paulette Cole, chief executive officer of ABC and Eric Brinker, the son of Komen founder Nancy Brinker, spoke about their commitment to fight breast cancer and to support those battling it.
However, the seasonality of those outlets posed a cash flow problem that was solved with help from the Greenmarket program in New York City.
They were last seen running towards the Greenmarket area.
The company was about to open its third Manhattan supermarket--right across the street from the Union Square Greenmarket, New York's oldest farmers market.
Sunny, brilliantly patterned pictures show daily life in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, one of New York City's boroughs, and young Michelle's excursions to the Greenmarket and the American Museum of Natural History.