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. 

A Vermont Lovers Guide to Thanksgiving

Vermonters are lucky to have an array of options, from locally grown vegetables and poultry to farmstead cheese, as well as outstanding specialty products to add to home-made appetizers, sides, and desserts.

Vermont’s Specialty Food & Beverage Producers to Focus on Business Strategy and Growth at Annual Meeting

John Tunnicliffe, King Arthur Baking Company’s Director will serve as keynote speaker at the Vermont Specialty Food Association’s 2021 virtual Spring Annual Meeting on Wednesday, June 9th. VSFA members will convene virtually from 1:00pm to 3:30pm to learn from experts on managing production costs and selling on Instagram stories.

Three Vermont Specialty Food Producers Win Annual 2021 sofi Awards

Three of Vermont’s specialty food producers received three awards in this year’s annual sofi Awards presented by the national Specialty Food Association (SFA). The sofi Awards, which stands for “specialty outstanding food innovation,” are the most prestigious awards in the specialty food industry and honor excellence across a variety of food categories, from vinegars to vegan snacks.

Holiday Gifts for the Belly, from the Heart – Share Vermont Specialty Foods & Beverages this Season

Giving the gift of good food and drink this season will also support our state’s hardworking producers, many of which are family owned and operated businesses that sustain the working landscape of Vermont.