Vermont Creamery has earned a top supplier recognition by Whole Foods Market. At the annual Whole Foods Market Supplier Awards, Vermont Creamery received the Excellence in Cheese award, which recognized the company for its “commitment to amazing quality products” and its “contribution to sustainable agriculture” through Ayers Brook Farm, the country’s first demonstration goat dairy.
“Vermont Creamery is one of the key companies that led the establishment of the American cheese movement in the United States, and … the Vermont Creamery team are great producer partners,” says Cathy Strange, global cheese buyer for Whole Foods Market.
“The company continues to innovate with exceptional products, its maturation and facility design, inclusive employee development, and a commitment to local farming through the development of the Ayers Brook training facility. Its recognition by B Corp as an exceptional business model is a meaningful differentiator as well.”
Vermont Creamery has practiced the European tradition of cheesemaking with Vermont’s terroir to produce an award-winning line of aged goat cheese, cultured butter, and creme fraiche. For 30 years.
Congratulations, Vermont Creamery for your continued success and this most recent honor from Whole Foods Market!