Taste Harlem at Harlem Harvest Festival, October 9, How to Keep Food Fresh and Affordable?

There is no reason why Farmers Market and access to fresh natural food should be reserved to some and exclused inner city neighborhoods.

Eating healthy and nutritious food should be open to all of us.

Culture, a farmers market and discussions on best ways to make fresh and affordable fare available to everyone all have a seat at the table at  Harlem Harvest Festival, the place to be on Saturday, October 9, 2010.

Harlemfest

The event starst at 9:45 AM and runs until 5 PM.

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