The NY Industry Bus Tour @ Hunts Point Produce Market NYC-2015

Located in Hunts Point region of Bronx, NY, the Hunts Point Terminal Market is the largest wholesale produce market in the world, sitting on 113 acres of property comprising of 1 million square feet of interior space. We offer an amazingly diverse selection of fruits and vegetables from around the globe. Our produce is delivered fresh daily via plane, boat, and tractor trailer from 49 states and 55 countries.

Through the years, we at Hunts Point Terminal Market maintain the traditions of our predecessors. We uphold traditions of excellence, quality, hard work and family. Some of the Market’s business proprietors are second and third generation businesspeople whose roots trace back to Washington Market. The market operates as a cooperative with an elected board of directors overseeing the internal business affairs of the over fifty businesses and over 10,000 employees operating in the market.

Open five days a week, 24 hours a day, Hunts Point Terminal Market proudly provides the freshest produce to New York City’s, bodegas, upscale restaurants, restaurant suppliers, and secondary wholesalers just to name a few. We cater to the largest ethnically diverse region in the world with an estimated population of 22 million. Our clientele is as varied and vibrant as our produce.

As a member of the great city of New York, we feel it is our responsibility and honor to give back to our community. At the end of each day, we donate our remaining food to community organizations serving underserved segments of the community including the Food Bank of New York City and City Harvest.

World Liberty TV, Team attended the Hunts Point Produce Market Tour with The Industry Bus Tours organized by The NY Produce Show 2015, See The Movers and shakers of the Hunts Market , and hear what The Co-President Joel Fierman For Hunt’s Point Market had to say as well as 2nd Vice President Matthew D’Arrigo, right here in our World Liberty TV, Food & Wine Channel.

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