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We Are A Good Foods Finalist For 2015

Today, Oct. 22, 2014 we were named a Good Foods Award Finalist-2015 in Confections.
 

San Francisco, CA (October 22, 2014) - The Good Food Awards are proud to announce the206 Finalists of 2015, representing the best from America's growing movement of talented andsocially conscious food entrepreneurs. From Louisiana Swampflower Honey to Georgia Pecan Oilto Colorado Umeboshi, tasty, authentic and responsible food is being crafted in every part of thecountry. This year's 1,462 entries the highest number yet exemplify the country's diverse anddeep-rooted food traditions. Chosen from amongst the 206 Finalists, 150 Good Food Award Winners will be announced January 8, 2015, at a gala in the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco(limited tickets available, $120 here). The awards themselves will be bestowed on each winner byrenowned chef and activist Alice Waters, who helped launch the Good Food Awards five years ago.

The Finalists emerged from a one-day marathon judging session September 7 in San Francisco atthe Impact Hub San Francisco, when 180 chefs, retailers, food writers, farmers and food crafterssampled entries from the 11 categories of beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, coffee, confections,honey, oils, preserves, pickles and spirits (including new subcategories for cider, kombucha,yogurt, cocktail modifiers and preserved fish). The top taste scorers were further vetted toconfirm environmentally sound agriculture, good animal husbandry, transparency, and fairtreatment at all stages of the supply chain. The record number and range of entries reflects thevitality of the Good Food Movement and demonstrates the power of ethical, sustainable food tosustain communities and support local economies.

It was not easy to make it onto this list,” says Sarah Weiner, co-founder and Executive Directorof Seedling Projects, the 501 (c) 3 behind the Good Food Awards. The quality of entries increasesevery year, and even amongst the highest scoring, nearly two dozen entries didn't quite meet thehigh bar we set for sustainability. The 2015 Finalists are truly the leaders in their fields,epitomizing taste, authenticity and responsible production.

 

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Today, Oct. 22, 2014 we were named a Good Foods Award Finalist-2015 in Confections.
 

San Francisco, CA (October 22, 2014) - The Good Food Awards are proud to announce the206 Finalists of 2015, representing the best from America's growing movement of talented andsocially conscious food entrepreneurs. From Louisiana Swampflower Honey to Georgia Pecan Oilto Colorado Umeboshi, tasty, authentic and responsible food is being crafted in every part of thecountry. This year's 1,462 entries the highest number yet exemplify the country's diverse anddeep-rooted food traditions. Chosen from amongst the 206 Finalists, 150 Good Food Award Winners will be announced January 8, 2015, at a gala in the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco(limited tickets available, $120 here). The awards themselves will be bestowed on each winner byrenowned chef and activist Alice Waters, who helped launch the Good Food Awards five years ago.

The Finalists emerged from a one-day marathon judging session September 7 in San Francisco atthe Impact Hub San Francisco, when 180 chefs, retailers, food writers, farmers and food crafterssampled entries from the 11 categories of beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, coffee, confections,honey, oils, preserves, pickles and spirits (including new subcategories for cider, kombucha,yogurt, cocktail modifiers and preserved fish). The top taste scorers were further vetted toconfirm environmentally sound agriculture, good animal husbandry, transparency, and fairtreatment at all stages of the supply chain. The record number and range of entries reflects thevitality of the Good Food Movement and demonstrates the power of ethical, sustainable food tosustain communities and support local economies.

It was not easy to make it onto this list,” says Sarah Weiner, co-founder and Executive Directorof Seedling Projects, the 501 (c) 3 behind the Good Food Awards. The quality of entries increasesevery year, and even amongst the highest scoring, nearly two dozen entries didn't quite meet thehigh bar we set for sustainability. The 2015 Finalists are truly the leaders in their fields,epitomizing taste, authenticity and responsible production.

 

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