New York Sanitation Requirements for Direct Marketing of Food Products

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New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets (“NYSDAM”) has sanitation requirements for the direct marketing of food products.  Pursuant to Article 17, NYSDAM regulates the food sanitary conditions of “retail food stores.”  Said “retail food stores” do not include roadside stands, on-farm outlets, and farmers’ markets.  Even though farmers participating in these methods are still subject to inspection, if …

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Will Be Attending the Second Annual New York Agri-Women Meeting & Agri-Tour

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I am especially excited for the Second Annual Meeting & Agri-Tour of New York Agri-Women around the corner.  Please check out itinerary for the Annual Meeting here and the agri-tour schedule in the Hudson Valley here.  You can register for both events by competing this form and sending it my way.  You can find directions to the Hyatt in Riverhead, …

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Role of Buyer’s Attorney in Real Estate Closing

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I have had several real closings this week and was reminded this morning of this pamphlet from the New York State Bar Association (“NYSBA”) on the Attorney’s Role in Home Purchases.  Most of us will purchase property at some point in our lives.  The pamphlet properly describes the various responsibilities of the Buyer’s/Borrower’s attorney in real estate transactions including, but …

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