Hungry Bird Eats’ Rye + Sea Salt Nordic Crisps Named Good Food Award Winner 2022

February 3, 2022 Hungry Bird Eats

On January 14, 2022, the Good Food Awards named Rye + Sea Salt Nordic Crisps, the original product by Hungry Bird Eats, as winner in the snack category for 2022.

Vermont Specialty Food & Beverage Producers Recognized as Finalists in Social, Environmental Excellence by Good Food Awards

Fifteen Vermont specialty food and beverage producers have been named 2022 finalists in the 12th annual Good Food Awards. Out of 1,966 entries across 17 categories, 351 producers made it into the finals, with 15 Vermont finalists featuring 27 products in 11 categories. Finalists were announced on November 1st and winners will be announced in January 2022. 

Texas Iberico Sliced Lomo Wins 2021 Good Food Award

January 29, 2021 Texas Iberico

Texas Iberico™ Sweet Prickly Pear Cured Lomo has been announced as a winner of the 11th Annual Good Food Awards in the Charcuterie category. The entry was chosen from a pool of over 2000 entrants, including 32 finalists across 22 brands in the USA. This prestigious award recognizes the food crafters that are leading the way in quality, sustainability, and socially responsible production.

Laura Chenel Creamy Brie Wins 2021 Good Food Award

January 25, 2021 Laura Chenel

This prestigious win recognizes Creamy Brie’s outstanding flavor and acknowledges Laura Chenel for its continued commitment to its founding principles of care and community that make it synonymous with the highest-quality goat cheese in America.

Vermont Specialty Food & Beverage Producers Named Finalists at National 2021 Good Food Awards

Twenty-two Vermont specialty food and beverage producers have been named finalists in the national 2021 Good Food Awards. The Good Food Awards are presented by the Good Food Foundation as a way of “shining a spotlight on the taste-making crafters at the vanguard of deliciousness and social and environmental excellence, the Awards catalyzes a shift in spending towards truly good food, and the rest of the industry follows.”