“With 80 percent of our clientele hailing from beyond Schoharie County — particularly from Albany, Saratoga Springs and Schenectady — expanding our business was a logical step,” said  Apple Barrel Group Chief Operating Officer Joshua Loden-Bray. 

“I’ve been asked a lot about timing,” said Ed Mitzen of his plans for the former Stewart’s on South Main Street in Voorheesville. “We’ve got a lot of work to do … but we’re hoping to be, you know, up within 18 months or so.”

Coming from a rich professional and academic background, Berne-Knox-Westerlo Food Services Director Lateef Clark recently helped students win silver in the New York Beef Council’s Top Beef Contest. 

Since the plaza is owned by Jeff Thomas the addition would be an amendment to his existing special-use permit on Altamont Corners, not to the owner of Curry Patta, Nadia Raza.

Jackie Silvestri put her marketing degree to good use last fall as she began taking the temperature of The Altamont Community, asking members what type of restaurant they’d like to see opened in the village.

The now-1,200 square-foot Pakistani restaurant will be housed in the former Subway sandwich shop. The space has been under construction for some time, but now, with a permit in hand, it can open for business. Nadia Raza, Curry Patta’s owner, told The Enterprise she anticipates opening the weekend of Dec. 4.

Berne’s latest farmers’ market, initiated as a response to the coronavirus, had its opening on Wednesday, Aug. 5, in what vendor Todd Gallup, of Berne’s Gallup Farms, told The Enterprise was an “extraordinary success.” The market will continue to operate Wednesdays from 3 until 5:30 p.m. at the Berne Town Park with no established end date. 

Food pantries are not income-based but rather serve individuals and families based on need.

Some New Yorkers have received unsolicited packages allegedly sent from China that are marked as containing jewelry but which actually contain plant seeds, according to a statement released Monday from Richard Ball, the state’s agriculture commissioner.

GUILDERLAND — One in 10 people in Guilderland is food insecure, according to a press release from the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce. The suburban town has a population of roughly 36,000.


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