Strengthening New York's Grape Industry
Governor Cuomo announced several new initiatives to strengthen New York's Concord grape industry, including an investment of more than $1.3 million in the Vineyard Improvement Program.
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For the second straight year, Brooklyn-based Threes Brewing took home top honors, winning the Governor's Excelsior Cup.
Several new initiatives will support New York State Grown & Certified participating farms and businesses, and drive consumer demand for New York's agricultural products.
Ellicottville Brewing Company opened its fourth location in Cattaraugus County, adding 40 new full-time jobs.
The Taste NY Market at Todd Hill continues to support and promote NYS agricultural businesses and artisanal producers as it enters its 5th year in business.
New York's maple industry hit a 74-year record in 2018 with the production of 806,000 gallons of maple syrup.
47 food trucks from across Upstate NY will roll into the NYS Fair to take part in the two-day food truck competition.
Since 2012, the number of businesses producing craft beverages has more than doubled, while the number of farm-based manufacturers has increased by over 150 percent.
Taste NY promoted and sampled a dozen New York-made food and beverage products from Long Island and across the State under the theme “Best of New York” at the Belmont Festival on June 8, 2018.
Governor Cuomo announced construction progress on the North Country Welcome Center near the Thousand Islands Bridge in Collins Landing, Jefferson County.
The new Finger Lakes Welcome Center on the shore of Seneca Lake in Geneva sells New York State-made wine, beer, and cider at its Taste NY Market.