By Kate Springer
It’s no secret that this summer has been unlike any in recent memory, and, as we approach prime foliage season in the Green Mountain State, restrictions related to the pandemic are likely to continue. Luckily, even with socially distant trips, or staying within the the comforts of home, wherever that may be, there are still plenty of ways to experience the pledge of living sustainably, the community feel, and the commitment to supporting local businesses that’s unique to Vermont.
On a surface level, as specialty producers, we aim to create high quality granola while supporting our local communities. But, our company is so much more than that: we put passion, love, and dedication into everything we make, and think our products give our customers a taste of what our tiny (but strong) state has to offer.
It sounds like the staff members behind vermontvacation.com, the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing’s official website, also recognize this mentality of makers in Vermont.
Our company, along with fellow makers, including Runamok Maple and Stowe Cider, was recently featured on the VTMakers webpage, as well as on social media, where accounts such as @maddietsang (who took the wonderful picture above—thanks, Maddie!) and @jannaonajaunt showed off their boxes of Vermont goodies, which, among other items, featured some granola snack packs and Nutty No Grainer.
The site calls the food and beverage companies listed “a new way to enjoy Vermont” and “the best of the Green Mountains.” While we happen to agree, don’t take our word for it. Head over to the webpage to see what’s on offer from some of the state’s most treasured producers, and, while you’re at it, find a link to our website, plus a promo code to use with your next TNG purchase!
Whether you call Vermont home, or are from somewhere a bit further afield, we encourage you to enjoy a piece of this beautiful state. We hope everyone continues to stay safe and healthy. Be well always.
Thank you to vermontvacation.com for featuring us in the listing, as well as the users on social media who shared and tagged our account. We’re grateful for the support, amidst this global pandemic and always. We appreciate all of the well wishes, and are thankful to everyone for believing in us and our staff, and for supporting our Vermont-based company.