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New York marketing strategies stay conservative

This doesn’t seem to be the year for New York state growers to experiment with the market. Instead, they’re playing it as safe as they can.

New York growers stick to comfort zones for 2020 season

A stormy, volatile market due to the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced many New York growers to stay conservative this year with their planting and initiatives. 

A first impression to last an industry

A black pickup truck emerged from the dawn fog on a chilly December morning, pulling into the hotel driveway in upstate New York. In the driver’s seat was Jim Allen, vice president marketing at New York Apple Sales.

In New York, 'local' is layered

New York growers like Paulette Satur — a leafy greens grower from Satur Farms in North Fork, Long Island, N.Y. — are beefing up the local angle to their products.
Jul 17, 2019 by Amy Sowder #New York Produce, #Onions

Cold, wet spring dampened New York plantings, catch-up is expected

Minkus Family Farms in New Hampton, N.Y., is unlike many other commercial-scale vegetable farms in the state, and even the Northeast.

New York marketing program helps consumers find local produce

The New York State Grown & Certified program aims to make it easy for the state’s consumers to find New York-grown fruits and vegetables.
Aug 01, 2018 by Tom Karst #New York Produce, #Local