My 10 Favorite Products from Vermont

VT3When I think of  natural and quality products two states come to mind, Oregon and  Vermont. I thought I would share my 10 favorite products from Vermont. Before eating Vermont cheddar I thought all cheddar cheese was orange.

So when I came across this small poster “I love you from here to Vermont,” from Hop Skip Jump Paper; my first thought was I have to buy it for my mother-in-law (my hubby and mother-in-law are from VT), and my second thought got me thinking about of some of the great products that she sends me for my birthday and other occasions.

My 10 Favorite Products from Vermont

A few of my favorite Vermont goodies.

  1. Cabot Cheese
  2. Coombs Family Farms Maple Syrup -if you’re going to have pancakes or waffles you haven’t lived until you’ve eaten them with VT syrup.
  3. Bag Balm-this stuff is amazing & one container lasts for years. We use for dry elbows, feet and hands.
  4. King Arthur Flour
  5. Drew’s All Natural Dressing and Marinade -we use them as dressing and marinades on fish and beef our family favorite is the Raspberry-we love it with salmon.
  6. Zutano Children’s Clothing- cute newborn, baby & toddler clothing (check out your local children’s resale store or good will).
  7. Ben & Jerry’s-I don’t have enough room to list all the flavors I love, but if I had to pick it would definitely be anything with chocolate and caramel.
  8. Vermints-I can usually find them at my local Sprouts
  9. Vermont Organics Infant Formula-such great ingredients & Non GMO
  10. Tata Harper skin care-the rejuvenating cleanser mildly cleanses and smells beautiful.

Do you have any favorite products from one of your favorite states?

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