(Albany, NY) -- The Taste NY program that started in 2013 continues to produce an increase in sales year over year, bringing in more than 16-million dollars in 2017.
The program helps connect consumers around the world to products grown in New York. Governor Cuomo is proposing to expand the program in his budget. He says it puts local products on the map, boosts tourism and supports the growth of farms and small businesses
Taste NY has a store in LaGrangeville at the historic service station on the Taconic State Parkway. The Todd Hill market offers products produced in the Hudson Valley including milk, cheese, yogurt, honey and maple syrup.
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