For those living near one of New York City's 54 Greenmarkets or with access to one of the 800-plus school and community gardens or dozen-plus urban farms, you can hardly swing a reusable tote without knocking over some kind of "local" food. But most of what New Yorkers eat doesn't come from nearby. According to a 2008 study of the city's food supply, even if the entire state's agricultural products flowed only to our concrete jungle, it would meet just 55 percent of its... More >>>