Pride of New York

Speaking in New York City, New York State’s Acting Agriculture Commissioner Darrel J. Aubertine is encouraging New Yorkers to buy and use local agriculture products in their restaurants to meet what he sees as a growing demand for locally produced food.

The New York State Dept. of Agriculture and Markets has set up their “Pride of New York Marketplace” exhibit at the New York Restaurant Show, February 27th to March 1st, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City:

The following New York companies are participating in the exhibit at the NY Restaurant Show:

  • A Taste of the North Fork (Suffolk County)
  • Anthony Road Wine Company (Yates County)
  • Basis Farm to Chef (New York and Ulster Counties)
  • Beth’s Farm Kitchen (Dutchess County)
  • Champlain Valley Specialties (Essex County)
  • Damascus Bakeries, Inc. (Kings County)
  • Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars (Steuben County)
  • Esposito’s Sausage (New York County)
  • Farm to Table Co-packers (Ulster County)
  • Great Performances (New York County)
  • Greenmarket Wholesale/GrowNYC (New York County)
  • Hudson Valley Duck Farm (Sullivan County)
  • Jerry Shulman Produce Shipper (Nassau County)
  • Katchkie Farm (Columbia County)
  • Long Island Agricultural Marketing Association (Nassau County)
  • Long Island Wine Council (Suffolk County)
  • My Brother Bobby’s Salsa (Dutchess County)
  • North Country Farms (Jefferson County)
  • Northeast Livestock Processing Service, Inc.  (Montgomery County)
  • Orwasher’s Bakery (New York County)
  • Peconic Bay Winery (Suffolk County)
  • Red Jacket Orchards (Ontario County)
  • Regional Access (Tompkins County)
  • Rick’s Pick’s (New York County)
  • Ronnybrook Farm Dairy (Columbia County)
  • Shawangunk Wine Trail (Orange County)
  • The Ravioli Store (Queens County)
  • Winter Sun Farms (Ulster County)
  • Yohay Baking (Suffolk County)

To learn more about NYS’s Dept of Ag and Markets including their “Pride of New York” program, visit their website

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