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Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights corner lot where "Juice Hugger" is located sold for $1.2M earlier this year.

Cobble Hill »

The city's Department of Sanitation will begin collection the week of Oct. 5.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Health is the focus at the new "House of Juice" location on Rogers Avenue, said co-owner Danii Oliver.

Bed-Stuy »

Fuel BC will serve smoothies, juices and salads, all made from organic produce, its owner said.

Chelsea »

Foragers Market co-owner Richard Lamb grows his own veggies for the Chelsea restaurant and grocery.

Greenpoint »

Where to buy locally-made fragrances, soaps and skincare products from independent producers.

Williamsburg »

Brooklyn Harvest Market is adding more Goya products to its selection of organic and gourmet foods.

Carroll Gardens »

Sprout San Francisco will open its first Brooklyn outpost in September.

East Village »

Mimi Cheng's Dumplings will serve classics plus offerings like pasture-raised chicken and zucchini.

Little Italy »

Two Hands, at 146 Mott St., will offer seasonal dishes inspired by the owners' native Australia.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Bell ice cream is getting a brick-and-mortar shop for its flavors like Black Lava Caramel.

West Village »

Mrs. Green's Natural Market wants to fill its first New York City store with locally made products.

Financial District »

Healthy grab-and-go shop Yorganic is opening a site in the Financial District and Times Square.

Financial District »

The organic burger chain is slated to open at 111 Fulton St., according to a liquor license application.

Williamsburg »

Wild, a gluten-free, organic eatery, is serving up fresh kale and hormone-free pizza on Bedford Ave.