The source of some apples, eggs and radishes at farmers’ markets in New York City, according to signs, can be something of a head-scratcher. Isn’t Red Hook in industrial Brooklyn?
Far from it. The produce hails from a Dutchess County town about 100 miles north that scatters just 11,000 people across 36 square miles — which means lots of extra room for growing fruits and vegetables.
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