February 19, 2018 Ice cider is a flavorful dessert wine made from the concentrate of cider frozen in Vermont’s winters. It originated in southern Quebec, and Eleanor Leger of Eden Specialty Ciders has been leading the work to make it a Vermont signature product.
January 31, 2018 Vermont has a workforce problem – we have an unemployment rate of 2.8%, well above “full” employment, and this makes us the 5th most employed state in the country. It’s great to be employed, but at the same time, Vermont employers struggle to find the workforce to fill positions needed...
January 31, 2018 VFN chefs Doug Paine of Bleu Northeast Seafood, Phillip Clayton of The Farmhouse Group, Cara Chigazola-Tobin of Honey Road, and Frank Pace of the The Great Northern are teaming up to benefit a cause near and dear to our hearts - Jr Iron Chef Vermont.
January 30, 2018 In the last week of March (24th - 31st), Vermont Fresh Network members will be hosting a series of events across the state to celebrate Vermont wine.
January 23, 2018 Localvore and Vermont Fresh Network Join Hands to Strengthen Local Food System.
January 10, 2018 What will the new year bring to your dining experience? We asked the Vermont Fresh Network to weigh in on trends and predictions they think will grow or take over in 2018.
January 10, 2018 Are you considering a vegetarian, meatless Monday, plant-based, vegan, flexitarian, or meat on the side diet this year? Already practicing one? If so, you are in great company. According to the Baum + Whiteman 2018 Food and Beverage Forecast, 31% of Americans are currently practicing meat-free days and over the...
January 10, 2018 Make your own 'Beggar's Purse' from Bistro De Margot and Chef Herve Mahe.
December 31, 2017 Ring in the new year local-style with a meal at a Vermont Fresh Network restaurant. Whether you prefer lively parties, quiet candlelit dinners or opulent feasts - VFN chefs have you covered. Make a reservation today!
December 14, 2017 In Bridgewater Corners, overlooking the Ottaquechee River sits Long Trail Brewery. Now employing over 80 Vermonters, Long Trail is one of the original and most successful producers of our signature Vermont beer and visiting the brewery is a must-do for both visitors and natives of the state.