Like a good wine, the flavors of the earth and other plants growing close to the cocoa plant influence and add to the flavors of the chocolate. This fact gives a whole new perspective on the benefits of diverse farming methods and how we, as consumers of chocolate, need to consider the land and it’s richness and the biodiversity of our cacao growing regions. There are over 400 types of cocoa trees in the world, and this affects the taste and nutritional value of the chocolate we eat.
You love Nutty Steph's for our pure and delicious granola and confections, but did you ever know how hell bent we are on economic justice?! We are a Worker-Owned Cooperative and it is okay if you have no idea what that is. October is National Co-op Month, though, so there's no better time to spill our guts about our favorite little secret.Read more
In this week's edition of "Made Right, Here", Brittney Kelson takes you to Nutty Steph's in Middlesex to learn about chocolates they offer that might be able to help you fight anxiety. Watch it here
Johnny Morris and Lindsay Armstrong, two amazing members of our community here in Vermont, need our love and support while they navigate a most challenging path. At the end of March, Johnny was diagnosed with 2 brain tumors, located near the part of his brain that controls speech and motor functions. His road to recovery will be a long one and their family has been reduced to one income. We've cooked up one small way of lending support to the challenging time ahead.Read more
Nutty Steph's Vermont Granola is fresh baked and always jam-packed with whole almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts. You will go Nutty for it! Sweetened with only pure Vermont maple syrup, it is filled with flavor yet not too sweet, and, because maple metabolizes more slowly in the body, you don't get a sugar spike... And neither do the kids. Kids love this granola, which makes it an excellent way to delight them while feeding them protein, oats, sunflower seeds and nuts.
Nutty Steph's is a wonderful Vermont granola bakery founded in 2003 when Jaquelyn Rieke (aka -Nutty Steph) had a dream and decided to make her first batch of Vermont Granola. Due to the immediate and unbelievable deliciousness of this granola, the business has since expanded – adding a new chocolate factory and a whole new range of delicious VT made products! These include: granola, artisan chocolate bars, trail mixes, and all sorts of delicious treats offered in their flagship store and bakery and online.Read more
Nutty Steph’s Pride Bar was released two weeks ago, with proceeds to benefit the Pride Center of Vermont, a community center dedicated to advancing the health and safety of the LGBTQ community.Read more