Does New York have any chief products?

If by "chief products" you mean food produced in New York State, some of New York's top agricultural products include wine, potatoes, cheese and other dairy products, strawberries, maple syrup, and of course apples. The Rome Beauty and Cortland apple varieties both get their names from cities in central New York.

Chief products can also mean "products of importance" that are not food related. They can be areas of interest that are important to tourists, investors, job seekers, and students. Here are some examples:

Tourist attractions include the the US Military Academy at West Point, the vineyards and wineries of NY, the world-famous Statue of Liberty, the New York Stock Exchange, the Empire State Building, and a guided tour of the Federal Reserve Bank of NY.

Investors should also note that New York City is often described as the top financial center of the world. With that being said, investors can open accounts with securities firms that have worldwide connections.

The State itself offers new businesses arrangements for new businesses to have no sales taxes, income taxes and property taxes for ten years.

Also, New York is home to a large number of huge corporations that are open to new job applicants...another "product fact" for job seekers .

Educational products are the countless colleges and universities of various statures. Some of the best-known examples include the Ivy League universities of Cornell and Columbia, along with other fine schools such as Syracuse University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), New York University (NYU), Cooper Union, and the University of Rochester. The State University of New York (SUNY) and City University of New York (CUNY), though public institutions, are also known for their academic rigor. In the SUNY system, Buffalo, Albany, and Binghamton routinely appear on nationwide lists of top bargain universities. And, of course, New York is home to the toughest free-tuition school in the country, the United States Military Academy (West Point). Go Army!