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With the Eat Local Challenge just around the corner, City Market is excited to sponsor a new website devoted to providing info about the importance of eating locally produced food. Whether you want to register for the Eat Local Challenge or learn more about the benefits of being a Localvore, check...
For low income Vermonters, $1 is now worth $2, at least at some Vermont farmers’ markets. Customers enrolled in the 3SquaresVT program (formerly Food Stamps) can now double their benefits at 5 pilot farmers’ markets across the state, thanks to a program of NOFA Vermont. The program, known as the...
As of 8/5/09, City Market has sold 237 stickers, which has included more people in the BB program than any other store nation-wide! City Market's Operations Manager, Pat Burns, is very clear about the importance of Bicycle Benefits:  "We first agreed to work with the Bicycle Benefits program...
Burlington, VT—Nine students will graduate from Community Kitchen, a program of the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf (CEFS) and the Vermont Foodbank.   A program of Feeding America – the national network of food banks, Community Kitchen is a 14-week culinary job-training program that prepares...
City Market teamed up with The Lake Monsters, the Burlington Free Press and Citizen's Bank to sponsor "Kids CAN Help, You CAN Too" Night on August 20, 2009. Anyone who brought a non-perishable food item to donate to the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf received a free general admission ticket to...

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