A Georgia-based startup that provides rapid point-of-care diagnostics for the food chain was named the grand prize winner in the 2023 Grow-NY competition.
Tours of the winery and vineyards at Casa Larga Vineyards have returned.
The Geneva-based startup Stil-Bène is preparing for a January launch of a dietary supplement that is designed to improve gastrointestinal health.
fairlife has completed the purchase of properties in Webster, meaning construction on the most costly industrial development business project in Monroe County history can move forward.
The County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency approved $63.4 million in tax incentives for fairlife for a $660 million manufacturing facility in Webster.
fairlife is asking for $63.4 million in tax incentives as it prepares to begin construction on a $660 million manufacturing facility in Webster.
A Geneva-based food innovation firm is one of 20 finalists in the 2023 Grow-NY competition.
A federal Agricultural Disaster Designation has been approved for 31 New York counties after a May freeze that destroyed thousands of acres of crops.
The funding comes from the Resilient Food Systems Infrastructure Program (RFSI), a U.S. Department of Agriculture and Markets grant program.
“As my grandmother told the story,” Kyle Van Putte said, “one day he came home from work and said, ‘I’m starting my own business.’ ”
The future of a casino operated by the Seneca Nation in Rochester has gone from an apparent done deal to a possible no deal after the New York State Assembly balked at the process used by the governor’s office to reach an agreement.
The facility will sit on a 106-acre site just north of Route 104 and east of Basket Road.