Suppliers & Ingredients
MILK & CREAM
Hatchland Farm North Haverhill, NH
The happy, hormone-free cows at family-owned and operated Hatchland Farm just across the river in New Hampshire provide us with our smooth, premium milk and cream so important to achieving our signature taste and texture.
Vermont Creamery Websterville, VT
A certified B-corp, Vermont Creamery crafts the award-winning, rBGH-free, European-style cultured butter that helps give our candy its smooth texture. Driven by the French concept of terroir (“taste of place”), Vermont Creamery produces dairy that truly and proudly reflects the unique land and people of Vermont.
Fifield’s Syrup Thetford Center, VT
We’re lucky to live in Vermont, where getting the finest maple syrup on the planet is as simple as turning on the tap. In this case, the sugar tap. While we don’t make syrup ourselves, our Vermont-style neighbors at Fifield’s Sugar House do, and their dark robust Grade melts in perfectly to give our Maple Caramels their rich, authentic character.
SEA SALT (FLEUR DE SEL)
Dating prior to the 9th century, the salt marches of the mideval town Guérande are a French Site remarquable du goût, or as we might say, an officially recognized site of French culinary importance. The salt from Guérande is so pure, it does not need any rinsing, refining, or other human touches.
Bremner Farms Chico, CA
Family-run and partially solar-powered, Bremner Farms is situated along the Sacramento River, which provides them with ideal growing conditions for their crops. We roast, then sprinkle their organic, raw, unpasteurized almonds over our toffee.
Green Valley Pecan Company Sahuarita, AZ
Pecans need plenty of sunshine and good soil, and the Santa Cruz Valley in southern Arizona has plenty of it. A leader in farming innovation, GVPC gets us our delicious, non-GMO organic pecans without wasting resources.
BROWN RICE SYRUP
Suzanne’s Specialties New Brunswick, NJ
Suzanne’s Specialties produces vegan and organic sweeteners made from minimally-refined grains that retain maximal amounts of their original colors, oils, and micronutrients.
Callebaut Wieze, Belgium
On top of simply being irresistible Belgian chocolate, all sales of Callebaut benefit the Cocoa Horizons project, which leads strategic, responsible farming and community projects in Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana and Tanzania.
Itajá Goianésia, Brazil
Grown in the Tropical Savannah climate region of Brazil, which is ideal for sugar cultivation, Itajá provides us with 100% organic sugar with numerous internationally-recognized quality certifications.