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Meet NYC Fancy Food Fellow Finalist: City Saucery

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Inspired by his 'Nonna' Carolina and her Calabrian roots, Michael Marino and his partner Jorge Moret started City Saucery to share their love for delicious and real food- devoid of GMOs, chemical additives, or preservatives. They are now one of seven finalists in our Taste of NYC: Fancy Food Fellowship. We spoke to co-founder Jorge Moret about how the business got its start.

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Meet NYC Fancy Food Fellow Finalist: Auria Abraham

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Each week, we’re featuring finalists in our 2015 Taste of NYC: Fancy Food Fellowship, immigrant entrepreneurs with a passion for bringing their unique culture to NYC’s melting pot. This week, we profile Auria Abraham of Auria's Malaysia Kitchen.

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Mayor de Blasio Announces $150 Million Investment in Hunts Point Food Distribution Center

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At last week's Association for a Better New York breakfast, Mayor de Blasio announced an investment of $150 million in Hunts Point Food Distribution Center in the South Bronx, one of the most important sites in the city. Learn how this will modernize buildings and facilities, activate underutilized space, and provide space for dozens of small businesses to set up shop.

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Thinking Ahead: Changing the Face of the Food Industry

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Jessamyn Rodriguez started Hot Bread Kitchen (HBK) out of her home kitchen to address workforce inequity. Its incubator space, HBK Incubates, has since become home to 45 start-up food companies owned by minority entrepreneurs. In this month's Thinking Ahead, Jessamyn elaborates on the edifying impact food can have in changing the face of the industry.

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NYCHA Food Business Pathways

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This innovative business accelerator program, operated in partnership with SBS, NYCHA, Citi and Hot Bread Kitchen, empowers NYCHA residents to start and grow food businesses as part of New York City’s efforts to support entrepreneurs across communities.

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The Most Delicious Sector of the Economy

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The business of food is booming throughout the five boroughs. To encourage innovation, NYCEDC offers a wide array of support for New York City's food entrepreneurs.

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Inside a FRESH Supermarket: Super Fi Emporium

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FRESH was created in 2009 to provide nutritious, affordable, fresh food options in underserved communities with zoning and financial incentives to eligible grocery store operators and developers. Since launching, a total of 20 FRESH projects have been approved with supermarkets estimated to create over 940 new jobs.

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A Taste of NYC: Fancy Food Fellows

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The Taste of NYC: Fancy Food Fellowship promotes local entrepreneurship and manufacturing growth in NYC’s immigrant communities by increasing access to new markets, networks and resources. Immigrant-owned or founded businesses are encouraged to apply!

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Taste of NYC Fancy Food Fellowship

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Join thousands of food and beverage specialty entrepreneurs on June 28-30, 2015 at the internationally renowned Summer Fancy Food Show at the Jacob Javits Center.

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An Inside Look at NYC's Incubators: HBK Incubates

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Hot Bread Kitchen (HBK) Incubates is Hot Bread Kitchen's culinary incubator and business development program that is catalyzing the growth of startup food businesses. HBK Incubates members are growing their businesses and thriving in the kitchen! Let's see what they're cooking.

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