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Vermont Creamery products earned seven awards at the 2014 American Cheese Society Judging & Competition this week, including first place for Bijou and Feta. This is the second award for Bijou this summer, which also earned a Gold sofi at the Fancy Food Show in June.read more
French for “jewel,” Vermont Creamery’s Bijou took home a Gold sofi™ Award at the Specialty Food Association’s 2014 Fancy Food Show this week. This is the second Gold sofi Award for Bijou in the past five years, and the fifth for Vermont Creamery products.
Vermont Creamery earned one of the food industry’s most coveted awards this month at the annual Whole Foods Market Supplier Awards. The recipient of the Excellence in Cheese award, Vermont Creamery was recognized for its “commitment to amazing quality products” and its “contribution to sustainable agriculture” through Ayers Brook Goat Dairy, the country’s first demonstration goat dairy.
Vermont Creamery, one of the country’s premier producers of goat cheese and cultured butter, has earned certification as a B Corporation, an acknowledgment of the company’s commitment to social and environmental ethics, transparency and accountability. Vermont Creamery joins nearly 1000 Certified B Corporations globally — including 17 others in Vermont — that have met the rigorous standards that measure a company’s impact on its employees, suppliers, community, and the environment.
Vermont Creamery is introducing new Fresh Goat Cheese Crumbles at the Fancy Food Show this month, a goat cheese made with the company’s award winning Chèvre. Crumbled by hand to prevent the use of anti-caking agents, the Chèvre is then mixed with a unique combination of fresh herbs and dried fruit. The new Crumbles, which are available in four seasonally inspired varieties—classic, apricot & thyme, cranberry & tarragon, and tomato & basil—are currently available in specialty retail stores.
Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery (VBCC) announced today that they will be changing their name to Vermont Creamery. The updated name is a result of acquiring the Registered Trademark for Vermont Creamery and a desire to further simplify the company name.read more