Thank you to everyone who commented on my Boston Marathon recap. It was SUCH a great day, and I had so much fun sharing it with all of you. If you missed it, please do give it a read
I am excited to announce the winner of a $30 Equal Exchange gift card, Lindsay from Life with Lindsay! Lindsay, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what email address the e-certificate should be sent to! Congrats!
Now that the Equal Exchange giveaway is over, I am excited to announce another giveaway!
I seem to find the Cabot Cheese table wherever I go, whether I am at the Newport Food and Wine Festival , Newport Vineyards Holiday Wine Festival, Wine Riot, or my own kitchen. I loooove their cheese and I love their way of doing business. Here’s a little bit of information from their site.
Cabot’s Cooperative Heritage
Cabot Creamery is a 1,200 farm family dairy cooperative with members in New England and upstate New York. We value our roots as a cooperative ~ and as a way of doing business.
So what does it mean to be a co-op? And why are we different?
Being a co-op, we are owned and operated by our members, which for Cabot are our farmers and their families.
As a cooperative, we emulate the Rochdale Cooperative Principles. We value community, quality, democracy and local ownership. Our owners serve on school boards and select boards. They are volunteer firefighters, planning commission members and Green-Up Day participants.
As Vermont is a small, intimate state, owners are also involved in making a difference at the state level, promoting our “working landscapes,” revitalizing our downtown economies and protecting our environmental resources which make Vermont, Vermont.
This is who we are and these are our strengths. Through our principles and actions we support the places where we live and do business. This is what makes us different.
I love that they are made up of small, local farmers and place such an emphasis on community. I firmly believe that this approach creates the best real food, and it certainly shows in Cabot’s cheeses. I am so excited that Cabot has offered to give one lucky Travel Eat Love reader a cheese gift box worth $25. Isn’t that exciting?
1) Visit the Cabot website, and let me know by leaving a comment on this post what cheese you want to try OR what your favorite Cabot cheese is if you have tried them before.
2) Follow me on Twitter, and Tweet a link to this giveaway.
3) For an extra entry, follow @cabotcoop on Twitter and let me know either on Twitter or through a blog comment, that you are following them.
4) If you have a blog, link back to this post.
The chance to win starts now, and the winner will be announced on Thursday, April 29. Good luck!