New York State Grown & Certified program has expanded to include the State’s seafood producers, including wild caught fisheries and aquaculture.
The application window is now open for round one of the Grow-NY food and agriculture competition.
A brand new Farm-to-School effort will introduce students to New York-grown Concord grape juice in participating school districts and BOCES programs.
Total gross sales of products from Taste NY events and locations last year, including the opening of 6 new Taste NY Markets, increased by $1.7 million over...
$6.2 million has been included in the FY 2020 Enacted Budget to expand access to New York agricultural products through the Taste NY program.
Woodcock Bros Brewing Company officially opened its new brewery, which includes a restaurant, bar, brew floor, outdoor patio, and seating for 238 patrons. Photo: Woodcock Bros...
Applications for new licenses to operate farm meaderies in New York are now being accepted.
New York vendors interested in selling food products at Thruway Service Areas should email for more information on how to participate this season.
Auburn-based Prison City Pub and Brewery’s experimental beer, Wham Whams, took home top honors, winning the Governor's Cup. Photo: Ale Street News
Maple producer participation in the New York State Grown & Certified program has more than tripled since last year, with more than 50 producers from...