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Trade news: NYAA announces 2017 crop forecast, promotion plans September 11, 2017
Trade news: NYAA's Haskins announces "Team 2017" July 10, 2017
NYAA welcomes produce veteran Cynthia Haskins as president and CEO January 5, 2017
Apples are big New York state news, here are 6 reporting tips August 22, 2016
NYAA's Jim Allen announces retirement June 20, 2016
New York apple industry contributes $55,000 to food safety research campaign March 16, 2016
Run-away favorite McIntosh is declared official apple of the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon November 1, 2015
New media resources included: Apple harvest underway statewide, learn what's in store (or farm stand, or green market!) September 10, 2015
Susan McAleavey Sarlund to succeed John McAleavey as NYAA's Northeast account manager August 12, 2015
New York apple industry awarded $75K to connect farms with consumers October 28, 2014
McDonald’s and New York state apples, lovin’ it September 29, 2014
Ahead of apple harvest, New York’s apple group launches new consumer website July 22, 2014
New York Apple Association website gets new look July 22, 2014
State’s schoolchildren help name apple industry mascot, 13 schools win prizes July 7, 2014
World soccer star Abby Wambach promotes homegrown New York state apples September 19, 2013
NYAA taps local soccer star Abby Wambach to reach soccer moms, kids July 1, 2013
NYAA taps industry vet Julia Stewart to serve as spokesperson May 9, 2013
New York growers vote by landslide to continue generic marketing program April 24, 2013

About New York Apple Association, Inc.
A nonprofit agricultural trade association based in Fishers, N.Y., NYAA represents the state’s commercial apple growers. The association supports profitable growing and marketing of New York apples through increasing demand for apples and apple products, representing the industry at state and federal levels, and serving as the primary information source on New York apple-related matters. For more information, visit