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Located in Westfield, VT, Northwoods Apiaries offers a variety of honeybee products. From Vermont beehives, they harvest honey and beeswax. They are focused on developing beekeeping practices that guarantee the highest levels of quality for their products while preserving and protecting the environment.
Located in Shoreham, VT, Champlain Orchards is one of the oldest continuously operating Orchards in Vermont. They take pride in growing over 140 varieties of apples, as well as peaches, pears, plums, cherries, nectarines, apricots, medlars, quince, and many berries. They are careful stewards of our land and grow all of their fruit following strict Eco-Apple requirements while striving to minimize their carbon footprint and sustainably contribute to our community.
Located in Cambridge, VT, Boyden Farm focuses on family farming, the way it used to be and should be. Their family farm and local butcher shop produce high-quality flavorful beef that everyone deserves. As a part of their unique GrassPlus program, their locally sourced cattle receive a healthy grass-fed diet finished with old-fashioned non-GMO feeds, creating delectable beef that is better than grass-fed alone. Straight from their farm to your plate, this 5th generation Vermont farm produces the highest quality of beef through the roots of family farming!
Located in Websterville, VT, Vermont Creamery began when co-founders Bob and Allison turned a chance meeting and a big idea into Vermont Creamery. Since 1984, they have consciously crafted delicious dairy products, made from high-quality ingredients while supporting Vermont farms, Vermont people, and the community. Their business has a purpose; they do everything they can to ensure that their products reflect their mission. As a certified B-Corp since 2014, they are devoted to promoting environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
From croissants to creme puffs to baguettes and sourdough boules, this St. Albans, VT bakery is merging authentic French techniques with local Vermont ingredients to bring you beautiful and amazingly delicious baked goods, made fresh every day. Red House Sweets brings a French taste to Vermont.
Located in Fletcher, VT, Vermont Cranberry Company is Vermont's first and only commercial cranberry grower. They grow cranberries for wholesale buyers and their products are available at markets, coops, and farm stores throughout the state.
Since 1919 Vermonter's have associated the town of Cabot, VT with cheese. That fateful year is when a group of Cabot dairy farmers got together and decided to make butter with their excess milk. Since then Cabot Creamery has been supplying families and restaurants in Vermont and beyond with high-quality and delicious dairy products.
Established over 30 years ago in Springfield, VT, Cavendish Game Birds specializes in hatching, raising, and butchering jumbo quail for individuals and restaurants alike. Each morning their community-based staff collects by hand hundreds of speckled quail eggs. Some of these eggs are placed directly into cartons and shipped to their retail markets. The rest are incubated on site. Once hatched, the chicks grow in a stress-free environment in spacious, well-ventilated barns. The quail are fed a high-protein blend of whole grains with no antibiotics or hormones added.
Reap and Sow Farm is a small farm situated in Monkton, Vermont. The farm is a project born from the minds of two friends; Matt Lasser, a farmer, and Josh Fisher, a chef. Around the end of 2014 and the beginning of 2015, they started chatting about the possibility of starting a food business together. Considering one of them was a farmer who loved growing for culinary use, and the other one was a farm-to-table chef, they felt that they had unique experiences and a unique line of communication between the field and the kitchen that could translate into a business. After many years of plotting, planning, and scheming they arrived at step one of their plans; starting Reap & Sow Farm. Reap & Sow grow produce with an eye toward culinary use. Each season they grow a wide range of vegetables, fruits, herbs, microgreens, and cut flowers. All of their products are grown free from synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Let nature be nature!
With over 3,800 acres of agricultural land, Shelburne Farms, located in Shelburne, VT produces a variety of outstanding produce, dairy products, and much more. In 1972 the descendants of the Webb family decided to open the farm to the public and it now is an agricultural learning mecca for learners of all ages.
Jasper Hill is a working dairy farm with an on-site creamery situated in Greensboro, VT. An underground aging facility maximizes the potential of cheeses made by the creamery, as well as those made by other local producers. Leftover whey from the cheesemaking process is fed to heritage breed pigs, roaming the woodlands beyond the cows' pasture. Jasper Hill's mission is to make the highest possible quality products in a way that supports Vermont's working landscape. They are driven to be the standard bearer of quality and innovation in the artisan cheese industry while promoting their regional taste of place.
Brigham Hill Maple is owned and operated by Al and Kaitlyn Bushey. Al has been sugaring for almost 20 years on a 150-acre parcel of family land on Brigham Hill, the highest point in Essex, Vt. He taps the same trees that his great, great uncle tapped 100 years ago. Brigham Hill Maple remains a small operation compared to others in Vermont. They have just about 3,000 taps. Unlike many maple producers, Brigham Hill Maple still uses many of the traditional methods used for making maple syrup. They have a wood-fired evaporator and prepare and burn about cords of firewood each year to make the syrup. They are committed to making high-quality syrup and they personally taste test every barrel that they make to ensure a high-quality and flavorful product. Most of their syrup is sold at the Burlington Farmers Market, which they attend every Saturday throughout the summer. They also transform some syrup into delicious maple products, such as maple candy, maple sugar, and a Vermont favorite: maple cotton candy.
1000 Stone Farm is a 4-season certified organic homestead farm that is providing the Vermont community with the food they need year-round at a cost that is realistic for the consumer, supportive of the farmers, and the farm while also being good to the land. They are located in the rocky and rolling hills of Brookfield, VT just north of its famous floating bridge on Sunset Lake.
Located in Middlesex, VT, Herb Craft began as an experiment to create an herbal soda for their (the owner's) son when he was under the weather and quickly blossomed into a unique product- a botanically based drink option that is loved by adults and kids alike.
Their original flavor, Tulsi Rose, evolved into two separate flavors as they honed their mission to craft their flavors into proper herbal formulations. They are, after all, trained as herbalists!
Located in Weybridge, VT, Monument Farms Dairy began bottling milk in a basement in 1930 servicing the local Weybridge community. Fast-forward to today and this farm now supplies hundreds of restaurants and stores across Vermont with their fantastic, pure, and clean milk.