Taste New York Markets Exceed Projections for 2016

Taste NY, which did $4.5 million in sales in 2015 has exceeded sales expectations with more the $10.5 million in Sales to Date in 2016 through Taste NY stores, concessions and events. In less than one year, the increase in sales reflects the growing consumer demand for local products, which supports New York’s agriculture industry and small businesses. Taste New York Markets, Cafes and Stores have opened in Welcome Centers on Long Island, at the Javits Center in New York City, and Jones Beach. New York food and beverage items are also now available at The Taste NY Bar at Barclays Center home of the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Islanders, as well as on the snack cars of 13 New York Amtrak trains. They have also partnered with Niagara Falls State Park and numerous NY Minor League Baseball teams. State Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball said, “New York has some of the most unique and diverse food and beverages in the world, made with ingredients grown and produced by New York farmers. I couldn’t be happier to see that consumers from across the globe are taking notice and responding to the Taste of NY brand to support New York homemade products.”


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