Wine columnist Lettie Teague returned to the North Fork of Long Island expecting to find a proliferation of wineries and new talent. Instead, she found a community in conflict.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
FEBRUARY 22, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - NORTH FORK CHEESE COMPANY, LLC
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By Laura Northrup - Wednesday Oct 11, 2017
Chuck E. Cheese’s slogan might be “Where a kid can be a kid,” but it might also be called “Where that kid’s parents will probably get into a brawl, ruining everyone’s nights, including the cops who have to come out and break up a youngster’s birthday party.”A History Of Chuck E. Cheese’s Violence• Oct. 2009: Police in one …
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By JONATHAN SOBLE - Friday Aug 11, 2017
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- Bologna’s Eataly World to offer taste of all Italy in one place
By Gareth Jones - Friday Jul 7, 2017
Set to open in September, the new $106 million Eataly World will be the world’s largest agri-food park, a sprawling complex of orchards, gardens and pastures, as well as six virtual reality experiences and 40 workshops in classrooms and theaters.The park, a project of upmarket Italian food emporium Eataly, is intended to reveal the secrets of Italy’s time-held culinary methods and traditions “from the field to the fork.”Eataly World will offer visitors a start-to-finish insight into everything from beer and wine production to cheese making and prosciutto dry-curing.Of the 2,000 producers and businesses involved in Eataly World, more than 30 percent are small artisanal companies, according to Primori, including Bolognese fresh pasta innovators SfogliAmo, 16th century Calabrian licorice producers Amarelli, and 17th century Abruzzo sugared almond makers William di Carlo.
- Merkts Cheese Spread Recalled After Reports Of Plastic Pieces
By Laura Northrup - Monday Oct 16, 2017
Drop the cracker! Put down that little spreader knife! Before you keep snacking, make sure that your tub of spreadable cheese isn’t the port wine flavor of Merkts spread that has been recalled after customers found plastic pieces mixed in with the cheese. What to look forAccording to the company, “a few” customers have reported finding plastic pieces in …
- Food company busted for selling phony ‘kosher’ cheese to kids
By David K. Li - Monday Jul 10, 2017
A Canadian food company was ordered to pay more than $19,000 for selling cheese falsely labeled kosher to Jewish youth campers, authorities said Monday. Creation Foods Company in Woodbridge, Ontario pleaded guilty in provincial court and was hit with the penalty of $25,000 Canadian, or $19,417 in US dollars, according to the Canadian Food Inspection...