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The one and only Jasper Hill Farm has been breaking new ground in the American artisan cheese landscape since 2003. They have an active creamery on site where they craft their original cheeses, as well as The Cellars, which is an innovative facility where they age their own cheeses along with others made by local farms, such as Cabot Creamery and VonTrapp Family Farm. Their goal is to support and promote Vermont’s working landscape and create a “taste of place” unique to Vermont.
Tulip Tree Creamery is a small batch artisanal creamery in Indianapolis, Indiana. As a dairy consultant, owner Fons Smits has worked with creameries all over the world, and for his own unique cheeses, he draws inspiration from European cheeses, but adds his own twist. All Tulip Tree cheeses are made exclusively with microbial rennet (see rennet), so they are vegetarian friendly.
Vermont Shepherd is one of the oldest and most respected sheep’s milk dairies in the United States, recognized both for the quality of its cheeses and its stewardship of their land. Embracing the seasonality that’s inherent in farming, they have two distinct award-winning cheeses—Verano, made in the summer with their own sheep’s milk, and Invierno, made in the winter with their own sheep’s milk and cow’s milk from a neighboring farm.
The Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co. is a small family-run and woman-owned farm in Point Reyes Station, California, on the coast 40 miles north of San Francisco. line of artisanal cow’s milk cheeses. They utilize sustainable agriculture practices and pride themselves on their unique microclimate and how it enhances their cheeses. “The first ingredients are native grass and cool ocean air”. The pacific coastal fog that sets in ove
Located in Hubbardston, Massachusetts this farm has been operating since 1971 and still handcrafts their award-winning spin on French chèvre, called “Capri”.
Nestled in the northern countryside of Holland, Beemster cheese has been making cheese for over 115 years. Using exclusively Beemster cows and goats to produce top quality milk, they now produce over a dozen deliciously unique cheeses ranging from smooth and buttery to hard and nutty.
Founded in 1984 as Vermont Butter and Cheese Company, the Vermont Creamery is an artisanal butter and cheese producer out of Websterville, Vermont. Using inspiration and experience with French cheese making, this certified B-Corp business makes some of the best goat cheeses in America.
Spring Brook Farm Cheese is a traditional dairy farm in Reading, Vermont that has been active for over 300 years, passed down from generation to generation. Their line of three award-winning cheeses are made from 100% raw Jersey cow milk, sourced from their own farm and neighboring farms. Spring Brook Farm is also the working farm of the Farm for City Kids, an educational program that combines classroom studies with firsthand farming experience to promote interpersonal‚ leadership, and problem-solving skills.
This team of determined brothers-in law opened a creamery in the hills of Utah in 2005 with very little experience, but an immense amount of passion and drive. Now 16 years later, Beehive Cheese produces some of the creamiest and most delicious cheeses in the United States all using high quality Utah-sourced milk.
Owned and operated by the Musser Family since 2006, Milton Creamery started to fulfill the dream of creating jobs in the community and adding value to the milk that was being made in Southern Iowa. Milton Creamery works with a team of over 30 people and local Amish farmers to source their milk and make their cheeses.
Somerdale International is the leading exporter of British and Irish Cheeses. With access to the top producers in the British Isles, they export over 250 of the UK’s best cheeses all over the world.
This 300 acre farm spanning across the Champlain Valley of Vermont was established in 1864 by a man named Consider Stebbins Bardwell as the first dairy co-op in Vermont. Today, the tradition lives on, with this farm producing high quality pasture-raised raw milk cheeses with the help of Indian River Farm.
Boston Post Dairy is a little family run farm is located along the Missisquoi River near Jay Peak in Vermont and is named after the Old Boston Post Stagecoach road, which happens to run right through the property! The family have been farming since 1962 where they have produced cheeses, maple syrups, and even fresh cheese curds!
This 100% woman-owned business was created to make more Greek foods available at your local grocery and educate a wider audience about Greek food culture and the health benefits from this unique cuisine. Hellenic Farms works directly with a network of producers all over Greece to curate a one of a kind selection of Greecian gourmet delights.
Started by two friends with a passion for entrepreneurship and food, this concept became an almost overnight success with their first product, Spicy Honey. Bushwick Kitchen source ingredients from the best possible growers and makers and have expanded their portfolio to include amazing products like Spicy Maple Syrup, Meyer Lemon Honey and more!
Born out of a love for entertaining, Terrapin Ridge Farms now has a product line of over 80 best-selling items like jams, mustards, dips, dressings and sauces. Their success is driven by a passionate foodie-centric team and delicious ingredients and products.
Divina imports artisan and environmentally responsible foods from Greece.
Craize was founded by former architect Leo Cotter whose true passion was the culinary arts. He wanted to bring the ubiquitous South American arepa to the American market, and so developed this unique corn-based cracker that is crunchy, extra thin, and packed with toasted corn flavor, using only non-GMO corn and vegan and gluten free ingredients.
Rustic Bakery is a baking empire founded on a simple goal: to make a homemade sourdough flatbread cracker to pair perfectly with cheese. Fast forward, Rustic Bakery is now carried in almost every cheese shop and high-end grocery store in America, and they now own four cafes and a successful wholesale company with 28 different products.
VSmiley Preserves makes a line of seasonal handcrafted jams and marmalades sweetened with honey all on their Bristol, Vermont farm called “Lil To Do”. This farmland belonged to Smiley’s family, though it had not been used for anything besides hay for many years. Using high quality local honey and fruits, herbs and flowers from her farm- VSmiley Preserves was born.
Watermelon Road was born from a love for wholesale food and clean eating, this company makes uniquely flavored dried fruit jerkies that are paleo, gluten free and vegan. Each small batch is prepared by hand and made from the highest quality ingredients.
A passion-turned-product, Top Seedz was created out of a love for healthy eating. Owner Rebecca would make seed crackers and roasted seeds at home and wanted to share them with the world. In 2017, she founded Top Seedz, which makes their line of crackers and roasted seeds using simple organic and gluten free ingredients.
The story of Redcamper begins many years ago on a road trip in a red camper. Their brand is celebrating road trips, picnics, places and people. Their specialty food line called Deliciousness is focused on picnic and cheese plate-ready preserves inspired by over 2 decades of home preserving.
These delightfully crunchy, addictive and salty corn snacks are our new favorite cheese pairing. Love Corn is a Premium corn snack is made with simple, non-GMO ingredients and founded by the McCloskey family.
A family farmhouse recipe learned by owner Effie MacLellan back in Nova Scotia traveled with her to her new home in Dorchester, MA where they became a staple in her pantry. She shared these amazing oatcakes with family and friends and with the help of some culinary experts, she was able to launch Effie’s Homemade to share this oatcake tradition with the world.
Hand-picked and pickled in sunny Santa Barbara, California since 2001, these delicious West Coast Pickles pack a bold and spicy punch. Using spicy California chiles and umami-rich aromatics, these unique pickles are perfect right out of the jar or in your favorite cocktails….bloody mary anyone?
The story begins many years ago on a road trip in a red camper. Their brand is celebrating road trips, picnics, places and people. Brownwood Farms specialty food line called Deliciousness is focused on picnic and cheese plate-ready preserves inspired by over 2 decades of home preserving.
Another delicious product that originated from the need for a worthy cracker to pair with specialty cheese. A mother and son team, one a baker and one a food science grad, were inspired by the boom of the specialty cheese industry and wanted to create a cracker that deserved to be eaten with all of those amazing cheeses. This Wisconsin named Potter's Crackers based company produces the highest quality crackers and crisps with unique flavors and ingredients.
The Casa Market’s deep appreciation for the culinary traditions of Mexico is clear in their exceptional gourmet marmalades and ingredients derived from indigenous Mexican fruits.
This amazing women-owned company Lark Fine Foods is located in historic Essex, MA, just north of Boston. Their baked goods are for “grown-ups” with deliciously unique flavor combinations like burnt sugar and fennel, rosemary, black and white sesame and more. They are perfect on their own, with your favorite cheese or with a cup of tea.
A ultimate-premium chocolate brand created by the owner of Seattle Chocolate Company. This deliciously unique chocolate company named Joco, is driven to turn our everyday indulgence into something that gives back and they have been donating a percentage of sales since their inception to combat hunger throughout the U.S.
Another delicious product that originated from the need for a worthy cracker to pair with specialty cheese. Coro is a mother and son team, one a baker and one a food science grad, were inspired by the boom of the specialty cheese industry and wanted to create a cracker that deserved to be eaten with all of those amazing cheeses. This Wisconsin based company produces the highest quality crackers and crisps with unique flavors and ingredients.
Based in Orcas Island, Washington, Girl Meets Dirt has been making locally sources, organic fruit preserves and shrubs since 2013. Their old school style includes copper pots. naturally ripe fruit, organic lemon juice, unrefined sugar and fresh herbs from their garden. This magical combination creates the most delicious cheese and cocktail pairings for any occasion. Their root in heritage is evident, only using single varietal, unique fruit to celebrate where these ingredients are grown.
This impressive flatware company is focused on quality not quantity and work tirelessly to maintain their brand values and quality. Inox is eco-friendly, handmade, social good and not on Amazon. They pride themselves on designing for global markets since 2017.
This Ohio based ceramicist Jennifer Lee Studios uses nature as her primary inspiration for her organic homemade functional pottery line. Features in several juried shows, these pieces express the beauty of life on the water.
Southern Fried Design Barn is a full service design studio inspired by the south is located in Nashville and carrys an array of products ranging from shirts to stationery. Their paper products are American made and printed from a 6th generation family owned paper mill.
The Collective is a group that shares the goal of creating and providing thoughtfully curated handcrafted home accessories and providing the artisans with fair and living wages so they produce the highest quality products.
Badala was originally founded as a fundraising organization to help with food shortages and sex trafficking in Africa, owner Joelle McNamara traveled to Africa for the first time to discover desperation and opportunity. Her jewelry line, accessories and housewares was born out of a need for employment. Her employment programs for these handcrafted products have now expanded across Africa and into Central America.
What started as a childhood experience in Tunisia, emerge1d into a successful family-owned business creating handcrafted kitchen wares from non-productive olive trees. Natural Olive Wood housewares are not only safe and sustainable, but also have a unique look from the distinct swirling patterns of the olive tree trunks.
All products from Gharyan are made in Tunisia under the conditions that the employees have all of their rights, safe work conditions and no labor exploitation. Their handcrafted stoneware is designed by nature and with the utmost luxury and quality.
One of the leading designers and manufacturers of many on trend beverage and lifestyle accessories. True Brands is anchored in Seattle where their future-driven product development team is always testing the limits and producing the highest quality and affordable accessories.
Based in East Tennessee Appalachia, owner Kate started Live Love Studio out of a passion to help people in this very poor region of the USA. By teaming up with Second Harvest Food Bank, every greeting card you purchase through Kate donates 1 meal to someone in need. Beautiful cards with a beautiful mission.
Born out of a fiery passion for wine and cheese, founders Mario and Gustavo met on a cruise ship where they both discovered their mutual passion for fine foods. On a whim they moved from Italy to California to open their very own shop when customers quickly started requesting beautiful baskets to carry their gourmet items in. Since then, Picnic Time have been making high quality picnic baskets with the mission of inspiring more time with loved ones outside of the house.
RSVP is an international wholesaler of innovating and high quality kitchen and gourmet food gadgets. Their primary focus is supporting independent specialty stores with the best products available.
Since 2006, Mark Goldman of Formaticum has been working with the top European manufacturers to create the finest cheese storage paper used by the finest of cheese purveyors. Their amazing cheese paper preserves and protects the life of the cheese- making it last longer and taste better. This top quality paper is used by some of the best cheese shops in the world.