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West Harlem »

To increase consumption of fresh produce, programs gives away bags of food to residents. 

Washington Heights »

The WHIN Food Council is bringing residents together by hosting workshops and events.

Clinton Hill »

Students at Urban Assembly Unison School are growing fresh produce in a hydroponic classroom garden.

Central Harlem »

The conference will focus on food justice, conservation, environmental activism and recycling.

Bed-Stuy »

Teen volunteers use hydroponic farms to distribute up to 40 pounds of produce each month to families.

Rego Park »

Principal Monica Powers Meade believes that children should be exercising and eating nutritious meals.

Cobble Hill »

Pazzi Pasta, a new family-run Italian restaurant, opened at 227 Smith St. this month.

Bed-Stuy »

The food-buying club wants to move into a new storefront later this year.

New York City »

Losing winter weight seems like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Bounty is a food buy-in club that allows Bed-Stuy residents to pitch in and buy healthy foods.

New York City »

Food carts are a cornucopia of unhealthy food, but experts say there are healthy options.

New York City »

New Yorkers share their strategies to avoid gaining weight during the food-filled holidays.

Upper East Side »

Pip's Place, a gluten-free "cakery," opened on the Upper East Side on May 17.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Students at the East Village Community School got a lesson in making nutritious snacks.