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Inwood »

Healthy Caribbean Food Spot Pick and Eat Opens in Inwood

The popular Washington Heights restaurant has a new outpost on West 207th Street.

Forest Hills »

Foster Families to Bond While Cooking Healthy Meals at New Teaching Kitchen

A Forest Hills-based foster care agency will be soon be equipped with a new educational facility.

Kew Gardens »

New Cafe Opening in Kew Gardens Promises Healthier Food Options

Sundance Cafe, at 120-36A Queens Blvd., is slated to open Thursday.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Farmers Market to Reopen With Free Tastings and Cooking Demos

The Jamaica Farmers Market is slated to reopen on June 19.

Inwood »

Healthy Washington Heights Eatery Pick and Eat Expanding to Inwood

The restaurant will open a second outpost on 207th Street this April, owner Alex Peralta said.

Jamaica »

Food Stand Brings Healthy Options to Jamaica

Healthy Henry’s opened at the Jamaica Market on Monday.

East Harlem »

Health Food Summit Connects Advocates With Bodega Owners

The FRESH Food Retail Summit, held Friday at Hunter College, connects nonprofits with businesses.

Bed-Stuy »

'Fresh and Local' Bed-Stuy Grocery Will Take Over Popular Food Buying Club

Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local will take control of the food-buying club Bed-Stuy Bounty this summer.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Chefs Battle it Out in 'Iron Chef'-Style Competition

Three teams of Brooklyn chefs will square off at Saturday's Brooklyn Chef Battle.

Crown Heights »

More Health Food and Yoga Coming to Crown Heights in May

A Nostrand Avenue wrap shop and Vanderbilt Avenue prepared food shop are on the way.

NoHo »

Organic Avenue Brings Vegan Soup and Kale Salad to Bleecker Street

Organic Avenue opened its 10th New York location at 62 Bleecker St., near Broadway.

Chelsea »

Energy Kitchen Closes All New York Locations

The popular chain served healthy food, with 500 calories or less, at nine locations around the city.

Jamaica »

Group Helps Residents Eat Healthy on a Budget

Residents learned about healthy eating habits at a Key Food store in Jamaica.

East Harlem »

Hakeem Nicks' New Program Gives Kids Backpacks Filled with Healthy Foods

The initiative will provide backpacks full of healthy food for 150 kids to take home on weekends.