Troy to unveil new farmer's market, will help with food insecurity

August 02, 2019 05:53 AM

Troy is known for its weekend river-side farmers market, but on Friday, a new one opens up and it's giving away free food.    

St. Peters Health Partners and Samaritan Hospital are hosting the markets which will offer 10 dollar vouchers for fresh healthy food to people who are food insecure.    


They’ll cut the ribbon on the new farmers market at 11 a.m.    

This week's is at Samaritan. The next one will be August 16th at St. Peters.


WNYT Staff

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