Capital Roots expands healthy food access
Capital Roots continues to promote healthy food access.
The non-profit is celebrating the grand opening of its Good Food Market, incubator kitchen and expanded food hub.
The space is located on River Street in Troy.
The Good Food Market is sponsored by CDPHP and is a vibrant retail space.
This gives community members the chance to access a diverse array of fresh produce, groceries and artisanal products.
The market supports a two-tier pricing structure, aimed to make nutritious food options more accessible and affordable for everyone in the Capital Region.
The incubator kitchen is designed to support local food entrepreneurs and culinary innovators.
The collaborative environment will help small businesses develop and produce their products.
The expanded food hub is a central hub for distributing fresh, locally grown produce to community partners, including schools, healthcare facilities, and social service organizations.