WATERTOWN, N.Y. — Do you want a chance to win a holiday basket of local products? Stop at either location to enter the drawing! Ask for a ticket while you’re visiting the Taste NY kiosk in the Salmon Run Mall or the Taste NY store in the North Country Welcome Center. No purchase required to enter. The drawing will be held on December 14th at our Holiday Event. The winner does not have to be present to win!
In the Basket:
- Harney & Sons Fine Teas White Christmas Tea
- Natural Nook Bruschetta Mix
- Lyndaker’s Maple Orchard Maple Coffee
- Farmhouse Maple Maple BBQ Sauce and 100ml Maple Syrup
- Finger Lakes Tea Company Natural Cold Brew Tea
- Thousand Islands Winery Sweet Balsamic Vinaigrette and Bread Dipper
- Beese Apiaries Beeswax sandwich wrap
- Toonie Moonie Organics Organic Marshmallow Cream
- BRINS Jam & Marmalade Banana Jam
- Bender Busy Bee 8oz Honey
- Timmy Crack Corn Mom’s Apple Butter
- Taste NY Stainless Steel Coffee Mug
Governor Cuomo launched Taste NY in 2013 to promote New York’s farms, food and beverage industries and to drive agri-tourism throughout the State. The program has created opportunities for local producers to showcase their goods at retail locations and large public events, such as the Great New York State Fair, the meet at the Saratoga Race Course, and the Barclays Tournament at Bethpage State Park.
Today, New York products sold under Taste NY branding are available in more than 70 locations throughout the State, including Welcome Centers, standalone stores such as the Taste NY Market at Todd Hill, State parks, Thruway travel plazas, and concessions at major sports and entertainment venues. Taste NY can also be found at the New York State Office of Trade and Tourism in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The exposure from Taste NY has helped the farms and companies participating in the program to reach more customers, increase online sales, and, in many cases, expand the processing capacity of their business. Taste NY’s food and beverage businesses also support the State’s farmers by using New York grown and produced ingredients in their products.
–CCE Jefferson County
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