Findlay Market

Operating out of the same historic building since 1855, Findlay Market is a public market that serves as the primary source of fresh, local food in Cincinnati’s urban core.  With shoppers spending roughly $30 million at the market in 2011, it helps ensure dollars remain and recirculate within the community. Demonstrating its commitment to sustainability, the Market has intensive recycling, composting, energy consumption reduction, and planting initiatives. Moreover, in 2009, it spearheaded the conversion of several vacant lots to urban agriculture sites, which are now used by over two-dozen local growers.

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