We are hosting a Made In NYC-curated version of our weekly market. Visitors can discover and shop locally-manufactured products from 15 MINYC member companies, including Spread-mmms, an olive tapenade manufacturer; Little L’s, manufacturer of artisan dog treats; and Harlem Heirloom’s handcrafted scented candles
Some Made In NYC Marketplace Vendors
Clockworks Press combines contemporary design and sustainability to create unique, eco-friendly limited edition denim accessories. Each piece is designed and printed one by one by artist Holly E Brown in Brooklyn, NY and manufactured in the heart of NYC’s Garment District. A truly portable piece of ART!
Grab ‘Em Snacks Geetha’s grew up in Malaysia where plantain chips were as ubiquitous as potato chips are today in N. America. Today she curatets plantain chips using freshly peeled Ecuadorian green plantains, organic expeller-pressed high-oleic oils, sea-salt, herbs and spices.
Overlook Woods designs and creates wooden wares for beautiful moments in your life. Our products, which range from home goods to jewelry, are made to be used, loved and bring luxury to the mundane.
Copper Colored Gal Designs creates one of a kind and limited edition table linens and accessories. We find unique textiles that have their own personalities that are rich, sophisticated and fun.
Kolii Kolii Are New York made nylon bags. Modern day “plastic” bags. With no reason to be banned.
Harlem Heirloom is an all natural candle company. Our candles are hand poured in Harlem, NYC. The candles feature soy wax, cotton wicks, and are scented with essential oils.
About Made In NYC
Made in NYC (MINYC), an initiative of the Pratt Center for Community Development funded by the New York City Council, the US Economic Development Administration, and private contributions, was created to support the entrepreneurs and innovators creating high-quality, high-value products made locally by New Yorkers for local and global distribution. Our member businesses advance New York City’s vibrant and diverse economy by creating sustainable jobs in local communities across the five boroughs. Close to 1,200 companies representing all major industrial and manufacturing sectors in NYC are represented on the MINYC website. For more info and where to find and support local NYC manufacturing businesses, please visit: www.madeinnyc.org