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Congrats to the New England Nominees & Winner...

Congrats to the New England Nominees & Winners of the 2015 Good Food Awards

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New England Nominees & Winners


Rising Tide Brewing Company, Daymark, Maine – Winner


Fortuna’s Sausage Company, Pepperoni, Vermont


Cricket Creek Farm, Maggie’s Round, Massachusetts – Winner

Farms for City Kids, Tarentaise & Ashbrook & Reading, Vermont – Winner

Winter Hill Farm, Tide Line, Maine


Lake Champlain Chocolates, Apple Cider Caramels, Vermont

Rogue Chocolatier, Jamaica & Tranquilidad, Massachusetts – Winner


Eden Ice Cider Company, Brandy Barrel Heirloom Blend & Sparkling Semi-Dry & Sparkling Dry, Vermont – Winner

Shacksbury, Lost and Found & Farmhouse, Vermont – Winner


NEAT Coffee, Kenya Gachatha, Connecticut – Winner

Speckled Ax Wood Roasted Coffee, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Hafursa, Maine


Bixby & Co., Nutty For You, Maine – Winner

Black Dinah Chocolatiers, Maine Mint Truffle, Maine – Winner

Fat Toad Farm, Fat Toad Farm Original Goat’s Milk Caramel Sauce, Vermont – Winner

McCrea’s Candies, Black Lava Sea Salt Caramels, Massachusetts – Winner


Gold Star Honeybees, Gold Star Honey, Maine – Winner

Honey Bean Farm, Wild Wetland Honey, Massachusetts

Posto Bello Apiaries, Honey, Maine – Winner


Coppal House Farm, Sunflower Oil, New Hampshire – Winner


Turtle Rock Farm, Garlic Scape Relish, Maine – Winner


Hosta Hill, GochuCurry Kraut, Massachusetts – Winner
Real Pickles, Organic Garlic Dill Pickles, Massachusetts – Winner


Blake Hill Preserves, Moroccan Plum and Fennel Chutney, Vermont

Green Jam Man, Strawberry Blood Orange Jam, Vermont – Winner

Little River Pantry, Wicked Hot Pepper Jelly, New Hampshire


Caledonia Spirits, Tom Cat Barrel Aged Gin, Vermont

Mad River Distillers, Malvados, Vermont – Winner

About the Good Food Awards

The Good Food Awards are distributed annually to producers and purveyors who produce food that is:

  1. tasty;
  2. authentic (no artificial ingredients, expresses tradition and culture, values seasonality and locality in craftsmanship);
  3. responsible (fair compensation, grown without synthetic fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides and are GMO free, growing practices are chosen to promote healthy soil and biodiversity, local ingredients are used, water recycling is practiced, transparency and honesty is practiced with consumers, face to face communication between growers and producers and animals that can eat and behave according to their natural instincts).

Nominees and Winners reflect these beliefs and deserve to be congratulated for their hard work and superior products. Below is a list of New England nominees and winners!

Source: Good Food Awards – goodfoodawards.org

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