Taste the sweet this fall with the Vermont Maple 100

Over 70 Vermont Maple Attendees Open Through October 15e

Vermont Business Magazine The colors of Vermont’s fall foliage season are fast approaching, reminding us all of the changing seasons. Cooler temperatures, sweatshirts, flea markets, and the red, yellow, and orange leaves of our state’s maple trees are all part of our shared Vermont fall experience.

To celebrate the many year-round benefits of our maple industry, the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets and several partners are bringing back the Vermont Maple 100 this fall to connect those enjoying Vermont’s fall foliage season with Vermont’s maple-related businesses and activities. , and the food.

From today until October 15ethis statewide campaign offers visitors and Vermont locals the chance to discover Vermont’s favorite local maple snacks, treats and products, as well as discover new ways to enjoy the treat the sweetest in Vermont.

“Sugar maple brings us together in many ways. Vermont residents, tourists, vacationers and day-trippers enjoy the sweetness of Vermont maple year-round,” said Vermont Secretary of Agriculture Anson Tebbetts. “The Vermont Maple 100 is a unique way for everyone to connect with Vermont maple syrup even if it’s not sugaring season.”

Visit a new Vermont destination you’ve never seen before, then head to a nearby brewery or distillery to see how they use maple. Combine a bike ride with a visit to a sugar shack or farm stand. Enjoy a Vermont maple cream at a local general store on the way back from hiking in a Vermont state park. Try maple cheddar and hot sauce for a sweet and spicy twist on your next grilled cheese or add crumbled maple candies to your favorite cookie recipe for an extra kick of flavor. The possibilities of maple never end.

Among the many offerings this year, sugar makers at Green’s Vermont Maple Sugarhouse in Poultney are offering guided tours through the maple process, from tapping to table using photos, videos and demonstrations. . At the Yates Family Orchard in Hinesburg, sample Vermont maple creams, maple syrup, maple sugar, cream and candies! And at Wild Woods Maple Sugar Bush in East Hardwick, enjoy their beautiful fall foliage, taste their syrup, and hike their trails in the kingdom of northeast Vermont.

Find these and over 70 other Maple 100 activities at www.VTMaple100.com, including details on featured local businesses, specialty products, recipes and more. Download a Maple 100 bingo card to have fun and win a prize. Taste and taste. Learn and meet creators. Lose yourself discovering something new. There’s more to maple!

2022 Vermont Maple 100 links

September 15, 2022 | Montpelier VT – Vermont Agriculture, Food and Markets Agency

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