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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$185,000 has been awarded to Livingston County for the development of a new craft beverage trail.
New Yorkers are encouraged to take part in upcoming events marking the 22nd annual Maple Weekends.
NY's craft beverage industry has saved nearly $15 million since 2012 through regulatory changes and reforms to help encourage further growth in this burgeoning sector.
Taste NY has expanded its presence at the upcoming International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York to further spotlight the State’s food and beverage industries.
The number of craft beverage manufacturers operating off-site branch stores has increased to 105 locations in 35 counties across New York.
North American Breweries broke ground on Phase I of its five-year plan to create the "Genesee Eco-Brewery District" in the city of Rochester.
Total gross sales from Taste NY stores, cafés, bars, concessions and events topped $13.1 million last year, achieving Taste NY’s highest annual sales in the program’s history.
Dozens of farmers’ markets are open across the state through the winter season, providing the opportunity to buy farm fresh foods while supporting local farmers.
Tops Friendly Markets will promote the New York State Grown & Certified program to highlight farms that qualify under the New York State Grown & Certified seal.
$2 million in state funding will support the construction of a new 30,000-square-foot WNY Cheese Enterprise, LLC facility in Livingston County.