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Food Trucks Give Restaurateurs Indigestion

The proliferation of falafel carts and other sidewalk food stands in Bay Ridge might make for tasty lunch options. But people who own brick-and-mortar restaurants say the mobile eateries represent unfair competition.

Green Cart Vendors Face Diet of Challenges

From competition with other carts and established businesses, to tickets, cold weather and struggles getting and storing their food, a six-month investigation of the Green Cart program reveals room for improvement.

In recent years, New York City has become a catalyst for a number of localized practices on how agriculture is grown and food is produced. The expansion of gourmet food trucks and cuisine on the streets of New York City is another example of the evolution of prevailing attitudes towards food.

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Improving Neighborhood Nutrition Requires More Than Food

By Denise Scott & Rick Luftglass

Improving Neighborhood Nutrition Requires More Than Food

A new initiative will couple efforts to improve the supply of healthy food with community development that strengthens residents' ability to afford a more nutritious lifestyle.

Next Mayor Must Put Food Policy on the Menu

By Joel Berg

Next Mayor Must Put Food Policy on the Menu

From food stamps to food jobs, New York City has an opportunity the nation's true leader on food issues.

Go Green. Fight Poverty.

By Betsy MacLean

Go Green. Fight Poverty.

Even in poor neighborhoods not home to power plants, waste transfer stations or the other egregious environmental offenders, physical conditions sustain not just ill health, but poverty as well.

Two Sides of the Green Story

By Marilyn Gelber

Two Sides of the Green Story

The environmental progress New York City—and Brooklyn especially—have made reflects federal legislation and local infrastructure. But it's also been a story of community groups working to make their neighborhoods healthier.