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Urban Gardener Looks for a New Dream to Plant

Urban gardeners fight a political battle to keep their plots alive and green.

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In Class, Teen Immigrants Put Health on the Menu

Immigrant students at Bronx International High School learn about healthy eating.

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Dr. Juice and His Holy Fruits

It took a love of juice bordering on obsession to open Holy Fruits, a new Bronx juice bar.

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Gourmet Tacos in a Truck

A shining, silver oasis of food, Taqueria Guadalupe sits where Manor and Westchester Avenues meet.

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Fries and Pizza After Class Beat Out the Menu at School

After school, students make their way to a nearby Chinese restaurant and deli.

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In McKinley Square, an Unlikely Grocer

Local students run an outdoor farmers’ market in the South Bronx.

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Morrisania Food Bank Is Running on Empty

Each week, more than 1,000 food pantries and soup kitchens in New York City give food to the city’s hungry.

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Tough Choices at the Market in East Tremont

by Sarah Wali For the past six months, Harrilal Ramlakhan has managed to avoid buying most of his food from local supermarkets. He is a community gardener who plants and sells his own fruits, vegetables and spices. But when the seasons turn and the cold settles in, he will have to switch his gardening tools […]

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