For many years, Baltimore’s inner city neighborhoods have been plagued by a lack of supermarkets and healthy food options, but in one neighborhood that’s about to change.
There’s plenty of meat and cheese on the menu for lawmakers attending a Taste of Maryland Agriculture event in Annapolis.
Farmers say locally grown fruits and vegetables have been a bright spot in a dim year for agriculture on the Delmarva peninsula.
More than 400 fruits and vegetables grown at a Frederick County middle school are being donated to a local food bank.
It started just last year and it’s become a big hit. The Fells Point Farmers’ Market is drawing big crowds.
Maryland food pantries are picking up fresh produce regularly from state prisons.
You can eat healthier and create local jobs. State officials issue that challenge to residents this week, and all you have to do is shop.
A lawyer for a Maryland man accused of selling $9.1 million in fraudulent renewable energy credits says his client isn’t guilty because buyers knew they were fake.
It was perfect weather for opening day at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market. For 35 years, shoppers have been loading up on fresh food. This year, the market is off to a great start.
Tony and Abigail Brusco underestimated how fast their home grocery delivery venture would grow.
Crops need room to grow, and so do farmers’ markets. After losing one location in Pikesville, the market there is putting down roots in a new spot.
Corn, cantaloupes and other produce are hitting farm stands across Maryland and state officials are encouraging shoppers to enjoy them.