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Hunts Point Produce Market Workers End Strike with a Raise

The nearly week-long walkout over the dollar-an-hour hike sought by the Bronx workers who helped keep New Yorkers fed during the pandemic drew the attention of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other pols.

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Hunts Point Market Plows Through Pandemic, Feeding New Yorkers and Avoiding Firings

Three months into the coronavirus crisis, the worst fears for one of the world’s largest food distribution centers have been averted — with not one employee laid off or furloughed.

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Hunts Point Market Suppliers Reeling From Restaurant Falloff

The Bronx-based regional food hub has plenty of product, but mass layoffs are likely at distributors that rely on selling to eateries.

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Power Players Leave Hunts Point meat market lacking electric backup

The City Council approved $3.5 million for the emergency power supply in 2016. But the Hunts Point project is snagged by "regulatory delays."

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No Coastal Flooding Protections In Store for City’s Largest Food Hub

Local critics say de Blasio administration plan for Hunts Point Food Distribution Center only focuses on half of the resiliency equation.

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Private Trash Carters on Road to Missing Emissions Upgrade Deadline

Scores of trucks are behind on meeting 12-year-old federal diesel engine standards as the Jan. 1 deadline on a city-mandated upgrade approaches.

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