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State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli attends the grand opening of the new RealEats facility in Geneva

State Comptroller DiNapoli announced the State pension fund had allocated an additional $350 million to investments in New York businesses. He traveled to Geneva to celebrate the expansion of RealEats, a meal delivery service that uses fresh ingredients from the Finger Lakes region. The State pension fund has invested nearly $8 million in the company.

These commitments are part of Comptroller DiNapoli’s In-State Private Equity Investment Program, which seeks out promising NY companies that are looking to grow and expand. The Program has provided a solid return on investment for the State’s pension fund.

“NY’s In-State Investment Program is the largest in the nation with over $2 billion committed to helping grow New York-based companies. I’m proud to continue building on our successful track record with RealEats, which is a homegrown New York success story,” said Comptroller DiNapoli.

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