Extra-large congratulations to our 2019 Biggest Tomato & Zucchini contest winnersDomenick Scutti, our six-time winner, took the prize for this year's biggest tomato weighing in at 2lbs, 3.3ozCharles Adornetto enjoyed his third win this year with a zucchini weighing in at 6lbs, 4.8oz. Special shout-out to those who donated produce to help stock the Nutley Family Service Bureau, Inc. Food Pantry with healthy local foods. Read all about it in this great TAPinto Nutley article!

This Sunday is Trophy Recycling Day at the Market! Dust off those unwanted trophies and medals (or better yet, don't!) and bring them to the Greenutley tent for recycling.

Thank you to ShopRite dietitians Stephanie Bini and Rebecca Zeltmann for leading last week'sMarket Walk & Talk with our "Sustainability Sundays” topic Why Eat Local FoodsRSVP on Meetup for this week's 8:30am Walk & Talk or just meet at the Greenutley tent at 8:15am for our scenic 3-mile loop. This week's  topic is Labels to Know.

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Shop Asprocolas AcresBuon AntipastoEmpanada LadyGourmet Nuts & Dried Fruit, Hidden Valley Farm, Hoboken FarmsPickles Olives Etc.Treelicioius Orchards, and Truffalla as well as featured vendors Neshanic Valley BeekeepersPooch and Pawsome, and Somers 27 Soap Co. This week, we are also excited to welcome Otherwise Milk with handmade lactose-free gelato in scoops and pints. (Layton Florals and Mexi Boys will be off this week.)


While you shop, enjoy musical entertainment by Matt Runciman.

Looking ahead: On Sep 29, the Market will take part in the Nutley Fall Festival running 11am-4pm in Memorial Park I (the Mud Hole). Find the Market near the Chestnut Street entrance instead of our usual Franklin Avenue location. Market Walk & Talk will meet there at 9:30am.

See you at the Market!

Locally yours,
Mayor Joseph Scarpelli and Greenutley

P.S. Looking to make your day even greener? Try biking or walking to the Market!