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Saturday, January 9, 2016

CitySeed’s Winter Farmers’ Market coming up in New Haven

NEW HAVEN - CitySeed’s third annual Winter Farmers’ Market will open for the season on Jan. 16 at Metropolitan Business Academy, 115 Water St. , according to a release.
The winter market will again be held indoors at Metropolitan from to 1 p.m.   and will continue through the end of March, the release said. 
CitySeed’s weekend markets return outdoors in April, a month earlier than usual, the release said

"This year’s Winter Market will feature a variety of 'Saturday brunch' menu items including hot drinks from The Coffee Pedaler, sweet and savory baked goods from four renowned local bakeries – SONO, Whole G, Sixpence Pie Company and Elm City Sweets – and prepared offerings from a weekly rotation of food trucks including Farm Belly, Caseus and Chief Brody’s Banh Mi.  Farm fresh food items will include root vegetables, greens, apples, cider, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, eggs, mushrooms, dairy products, cheeses, jams and more.  Knife and tool sharpening services will also be featured," the release said.

"Family-friendly indoor activities will again include Family Yoga by Full of Joy Yoga and live performances by a series of local musicians.  Each week the market will feature an activity for kids ages three and older.  New events this year include cooking demonstrations and tastings with Small Kitchen Big Taste and bi-weekly food workshops, including a cheese-making workshop led by Beltane Farm’s Paul Trubey, and cookbook and gardening tool swaps. "

"All CitySeed Farmers’ Markets offer Food Stamp Double Value Coupon Program, a nutrition incentive program that enables SNAP recipients to double their money dollar for dollar at CitySeed Farmers’ Markets – up to $10 buys $20 of CT-grown fruit, vegetables, seedlings, or canned fruits and vegetables at each market each week," the release said.

 Read about a benefit that was held for Cityseed here.

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