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Expansion at Adams in Kingston!

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The Daily Freeman recently interviewed Steve Adams on the expansion happening at our Kingston location.

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Excerpts taken from The Daily Freeman

Steve Adams, a store owner, said the expansion is being done to make more room for its delicatessen and bakery area. Those sections of the 57,000-square-foot store gets “congested” at times, he added.

“We needed to relieve some of that,” Adams said last week.

The expansion work should be completed by Nov. 1, he said.

One addition totals 1,040 square feet for the bakery at the front northwest section of the store, Dutton said. The other one, an additional 1,160 square feet of space, will add to the deli area at the rear northeast, he added.



A Nutritionist Visits Adams Fairacre Farms

NutritionistAdamsRecently a nutritionist visited Adams in Kingston with a reporter from the Daily Freeman.

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“Schoonover, a registered dietician and certified dietician nutritionist at Health Quest, said her goal that day was to pick items that not only are healthy but easy to prepare.

Accordingly, she spent a lot of time in the produce aisle, loading her cart with things like broccoli, spinach, strawberries and blackberries.

The vegetables were to be prepared as side dishes, she explained, while the fruit would serve as snacks for her three young children.”

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Adams Donates Christmas Trees

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“The holidays got a little brighter for area Boy Scouts Monday thanks to a donation from a local business to replace 60 Christmas trees that were stolen last week from a scouting fundraiser.”

“Adams Fairacre Farms in the town of Ulster donated 40 Christmas trees to replace some of those stolen from the fundraiser in the Burlington Coat Factory parking lot on U.S. Route 9W, said Ray Braun, executive director of the Boy Scouts of America’s Rip Van Winkle Council. He said Adams had also arranged for one of its wholesale florists to donate another 20 trees.”

“Jason Becker, nursery manager for Adams, said he has been selling Christmas trees for more than 20 years. After he heard about the theft, he said, he felt very badly for the scouts who were trying to raise money.”

“‘It bothered me,’ Becker said of last week’s theft. He said he spoke to the owners of Adams and was able to donate 40 trees. Becker said he also contacted one of Adams’ wholesalers, Alders Wholesale Florist in Newburgh, which agreed to donate another 20 trees to the scouts.”

“‘I just felt like it was the right thing to do,’ Becker said.”

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