The Harlem Local Vendor Program (HLVP) is a partnership between the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Columbia University Dining, Harlem Park to Park, Hot Bread Kitchen Incubates, and Whole Continue Reading →
The Harlem Local Vendor Program is a program designed to provide local Harlem vendors with the opportunity to exhibit their products for Whole Foods Market foragers/buyers, Columbia University procurement representatives and other program Continue Reading →
You are invited to learn more about the Harlem Local Vendor Program, a program designed to provide local Harlem vendors with the opportunity to exhibit their products for Whole Foods Market foragers/buyers, Continue Reading →
By Lil Nickelson Settepani is located at 196 Lenox Avenue on the Southeast corner of 120th Street and has been a part of the Harlem restaurant scene since it first Continue Reading →
Uptown Council Member Helen Rosenthal‘s legislation which mandates the tracking of commercial storefronts across New York City, and a public database of vacant storefronts, was passed by the City Council Continue Reading →
The Health Department today announced that the first letter grades have been issued to food carts and trucks.
The Health Department today published rules in the City Record for the new letter grading program for food carts and trucks, which will launch in December 2018.
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