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Exotic snack company brings its imports to the 914

If you’re not quite satisfied with the array of packaged foods offered in the United States, a new store in White Plains is upping...

All food and beverage service curfews to be lifted in NY...

The midnight curfew for food and beverage service establishments in New York state will be lifted on May 17 for outdoor dining and May...

Grace Farms Foundation launches food and beverage line

The products will initially be sold through the new company's website.

Movie theater operator AMC says its future is a cliff hanger 

Like something out of the movie serials of old that would end in a cliff hanger with the hero in jeopardy so you'd return...

Fairfield County eateries reign in ‘Best of Connecticut’ 2018 rankings

Outside of Connecticut Magazine's eatery rankings, three Fairfield County businesses were among those honored in the Health & Beauty category.

Newman’s Own Foundation reaches $500M mark for charitable grants

To date, the Westport-based foundation has provided grants to more than 7,600 charitable organizations, averaging about $30 million in grants per year.

Taste NY program tops $16M in sales in 2017

The state's marketing initiative promoting New York food and beverage producers and products surpassed 2016 sales by $3 million.

Westport catering company serves up food with social empowerment

Evelyn Isaia's Ratatouille and Co. is a catering company that employs immigrant and refugee women, offering them economic empowerment within the culinary field.

The Granola Bar to open Fairfield eatery

The company is working to ready its new location at 1876 Black Rock Turnpike in the former site of Miro Kitchen, which closed last March.

Schumer “hopeful” on fed loan for Tappan Zee

In Tarrytown, Sen. Charles Schumer offered hope for federal funding for a new Tappan Zee bridge and his economic prescription for the nation and Westchester County.

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Cooking up business in Yonkers

Newcomers to Yonkers dining will take part in the city’s first International Restaurant Week.

Slicing out a pizza niche

A 20-year-old Scarsdale entrepreneur is launching a national line of gluten-free pizzas.

Fickle fandom with fries

Destination retail can prove to be hard to sustain in the suburban market.

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A 450-seat amphitheater is being constructed at Trevor Park on the Hudson River waterfront in Yonkers.