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Down to Earth Markets to host annual vendors meeting

Down to Earth Markets' vendor meeting will feature presentations on crowdfunding and the food growing business from the investment point of view.

Food and beverage alliance forms in Hudson Valley

A new Hudson Valley Food and Beverage Alliance will connect buisnees ni the industry and help drive economic growth and tourism.

Broker is tasked with restaurant encores

When Houlihan Business Brokers handled the sale of Dish in Mahopac from one restaurateur to another in June, the deal marked a signpost in the recovery of a sector that after September 2008 had slowed to the crawl of escargots.

Big, soon bigger in Russia

PepsiCo. Inc.’s $3.8-biliion purchase will make it Russia’s largest food and beverage business.

Hungry for success

Poughkeepsie touts programs to would-be restaurant owners.

Fast and fit food chain comes to Fairfield

The health-oriented food chain Energy Kitchen brings three restaurants to Fairfield County.

Long on tapas, short on cash

Cash-strapped owners of a downtown White Plains eatery have filed for bankruptcy protection.

Recipe for success

Chocolate Mousse Catering is mixing nutritional needs with good taste.

Learn to earn

Life skills and good cooking blend into new café in Newburgh

Bottle bill, taxes a bad brew

Oak Beverage owners have found the state has become a tougher place to do business since they came to Rockland County in 1980.

Not your parents’ ice pop

Chef Steven Astorino fills his need for creativity by making gourmet ice pops at Beacon’s Zora Dora’s.

Fresh starts

Immigrant population breathes new life into downtown Danbury.

Restaurant letter grades are misleading

NYSRA believes educating restaurant operators, rather than fining or publicly humiliating them, is a better course of action.

No gulf effect here

The gulf oil spill is not having significant effect on northeastern markets.

Love, death and food in Greenwich

When Versailles restaurant opens at 339 Greenwich Ave. next month, Versailles at 315 Greenwich Ave. will close. The continuity is not lost on Ingrid McMenamin.