Can the Hunts Point Produce Market’s redevelopment, modernization also help climate and poverty in the area?

Last year, produce handlers and delivery drivers at the Hunts Points Produce Market —  NYC’s biggest food distribution center, which provides almost five billion pounds of food to city restaurants, supermarkets and bodegas, and an estimated 25% of the produce in the city —  arranged a strike, fed up with management only offering them a 32-cent … Continue reading Can the Hunts Point Produce Market’s redevelopment, modernization also help climate and poverty in the area?