The FRESH Food Retail Summit, held Friday at Hunter College, connects nonprofits with businesses.
Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local will take control of the food-buying club Bed-Stuy Bounty this summer.
Three teams of Brooklyn chefs will square off at Saturday's Brooklyn Chef Battle.
A Nostrand Avenue wrap shop and Vanderbilt Avenue prepared food shop are on the way.
Organic Avenue opened its 10th New York location at 62 Bleecker St., near Broadway.
The popular chain served healthy food, with 500 calories or less, at nine locations around the city.
The new store will have an on-site nutritionist.
Residents learned about healthy eating habits at a Key Food store in Jamaica.
The initiative will provide backpacks full of healthy food for 150 kids to take home on weekends.
Brooklyn Hospital CEO Richard Becker defended his junk food-filled vending machines.
A Long Island City group is offers free cooking classes for children as young as 2.
The founder of Rouge Tomate wants to promote local, healthy food through his new certification process.
Two worlds collide at the Gramercy restaurant Organique, which combines fast food with a healthy, organic menu.
After closing its store on Second Avenue last year because of the subway construction, Kidfresh is bringing healthy childrens meals to supermarkets nationwide.
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