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NYC Green Cart

Description:

Green Carts are mobile food carts that offer fresh produce in certain
New York City areas. Local Law 9, signed by Mayor Bloomberg on March 13, 2008, establishes 1,000 permits for Green Carts.

A Green Cart can only sell raw fruits and vegetables such as whole carrots, bananas, apples and berries. For food safety reasons, Green Cart operators cannot cut, slice, peel or process fruits or vegetables on the cart.

Toolkit:

Chronic Disease Prevention Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Chronic Disease, Farmers' Markets, Healthy Food Access

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Submitted:

09/23/2013

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