The Greenmarket is back at the World Trade Center for the first time in nearly 16 years.

The farmer's market started in 1984 but was forced to close following the September 11th terrorist attacks.

Farmers from across the state are selling fresh and local produce at the site, now stationed at Oculus Plaza.

Vendors we spoke with say it is nice to be back and see familiar faces.

"It's great to be downtown again , and already seeing old customers that I haven't seen for the past 16 years," said Jake Samascott, of Samascott Orchards. "So it's a good feeling to be back, it's a good market to have and hopefully it turns into the market it once was."

The market is open every Tuesday from 7a.m. to 7 p.m. through November 21.

For more information about the market visit the Westfield World Trade Center website.