While we all may have to celebrate a little differently this year (including foregoing trick-or-treating at Union Market), there are still plenty of ways to get in the spooky spirit, and plenty of treats and sweets to indulge in!
In-season produce is one of our favorite things about summertime, and we're excited to be getting more and more local fruit and vegetables.
This Friday is Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating freedom and marking the emancipation of slaves after the end of the Civil War. In light of the killings of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and Ahmaud Arbery, among many others, the significance of Juneteenth resonates more than ever. Union Market stands in solidarity with the [...]
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We’re celebrating ramps season with a beautiful, ready-to-eat quiche, plus we have new specials just in time for and Memorial Day weekend!
We’ve created a downloadable shopping list that makes getting groceries faster, easier, and safer—and it can help reduce extra trips to the store.
Easter has traditionally meant gathering together for a festive meal with loved ones, but whether you’re celebrating with family virtually or cooking for a smaller crowd than usual, Union Market is here to help make Easter dinner as delicious as possible.
While you may not be able to gather with all of your friends and loved ones in person for Passover this year, Union Market has plenty of options for putting together an impressive Seder table, from centerpieces to kosher classics.
If you’re celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day, we’ll have everything you’ll need. At our Prepared Food counter, you’ll find our housemade corned beef and cabbage, as well as festive shamrock-themed petit fours. You’ll also find delicious fresh-baked Irish soda bread from Tom Cat Bakery in our aisles, as well as Kerrygold’s Irish butter, aged Irish cheddar, [...]
Did you know that New York State residents use an estimated 23 billion plastic bags each year, and half of those eventually end up in landfills, waterways, or littering our landscape? As many New Yorkers already know, our state has passed a new waste reduction law aimed at reducing the litter, waste, and pollution caused [...]