About Taste NY
The Official Eat-Local, Drink-Local Program for New York State
Taste NY, launched by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo in 2013, highlights the quality, diversity, and economic impact of food and beverages grown, produced, or processed in New York State. Taste NY aims to create new opportunities for producers through events, retail locations, and partnerships.
The agricultural industry in New York State continues to grow at an exceptional rate. The state boasts more than seven million acres of farmland, 36,000 farms, and is the second largest producer of apples and maple syrup in the country.
Additionally, there has been a 50% growth in the number of craft beverage manufacturers since enactment of the Craft New York Act in 2014, with the highest number of cideries in the country and 400 breweries--the highest number in New York history.
We encourage New Yorkers and visitors alike to experience the delicious homegrown goodness of Taste NY and help us continue to grow the state's thriving agricultural industry.
About Our Store
Locally grown, produced, or processed products from the Hudson Valley and Catskills!
The Hudson Valley/Catskills Welcome Center at the Woodbury Commons includes a Taste NY Market showcasing locally grown and sourced products from across the Hudson Valley and Catskills Regions. Products are carefully selected, meet the highest quality standards, and are produced in small scale by careful farmers and craftsmen.
Sample the local flavor and TasteNY!