New York City is home to a thriving food manufacturing, distribution and retail industry.
With a huge market base, the world’s largest food distribution center, a growing network of food incubators and programs for training, funding, and space, this sector is a vital part of New York City’s economy.
The Five Borough Food Flow is a study of the last-mile food distribution system that feeds New York City and its millions of visitors every year. Download the study results.
The Arthur Avenue Market specializes in Italian foods, bakery items, dry goods, fresh produce, and garden needs.
Essex Street Market is home to more than 20 independent vendors selling produce, groceries, gourmet foods, and more. Leasing information is also available.
La Marqueta is an East Harlem market space anchored by kitchen incubator Hot Bread Kitchen. Leasing information is also available.
Moore Street Market is one of Brooklyn's oldest indoor markets serving East Williamsburg and the surrounding neighborhoods for close to 70 years.