Hatch Local Business
Local business in Hatch, NM
Yesterday | via Business Journal
With a strong entrepreneurial spirit, New Mexico sees new businesses popping up every year and businesses falling off the map as trends fade and things get hard. But some companies have shown that with some hard work and dedication to your craft, you can stay in business for the long haul. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via KOAT-TV
New Mexico's Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail is the best food trail in the U.S., according to USA Today readers. THE MONEY RAISED BENEFITS THE NEW MEXICO CANCER FOUNDATION. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Las Cruces Sun-News
Rico Gonzales, director of New Mexico external affairs for El Paso Electric, explains the meaning of a "rate case" to the public at the Dona Ana Community College East Mesa Campus Auditorium on Tuesday. LAS CRUCES >> Sandy Jones, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission member who represents Las Cruces, has now heard for himself what southern New Mexicans think about El Paso Electric's proposed rate increase. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Business Journal
Whole Foods would like New Mexicans to know that it loves Hatch chile and it plans to keep selling it in New Mexico and elsewhere. A recent story published in the Denver Post quoted Whole Foods regional produce manager Steve Lunzer , who said the chain had decided to drop Hatch chiles in favor of Colorado-grown Pueblo chiles in stores in Colorado, Kansas, Idaho and Utah. Comment?
Monday Aug 17 | via Business Journal
You can probably file this under "news to raise a New Mexican's heat index": A Whole Foods Market regional produce coordinator prefers Colorado's Pueblo chiles over New Mexico's Hatch chiles, so he's stocking stores throughout the Rocky Mountain region with the Colorado-grown version, according to a report in the Denver Post . "The Pueblo chile has been overlooked," said Steve Lunzer , regional produce coordinator at Whole Foods Market, who last week announced the store is dropping the Hatch brand in favor of Pueblo chiles. Comment?
Saturday Aug 15 | via Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
In this photo taken on Saturday, July 25, 2015, farm workers harvest chile on the 350-acre Adams Produce farm near Hatch, N.M. New Mexico growers say a new guest worker program is needed to provide temporary immigrant laborers in order for farmers to survive a decline in the spicy staple due to drought, increased competition and a lack of chile pickers. Last year, New Mexico saw a 10 percent decline in acres of red and green chiles harvested. Comment?
Friday Aug 14 | via The Arizona Republic
Today's top 4 business stories: Inflation remains in check What you need to know about this morning's business news. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1TAKngB In this photo taken on Saturday, July 25, 2015, farm workers harvest chile on the 350-acre Adams Produce farm near Hatch, N.M. Prices charged by producers rose more slowly in July, reflecting declines in both food and energy. Comment?
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