Kitchen Garden Farm Sriracha wins 2017 Good Food Award

For more information contact
Caroline Pam
info@kitchengardenfarm.com

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San Francisco, January 23, 2017 – Caroline Pam and Tim Wilcox, owners of Kitchen Garden Farm in Sunderland, MA, are pleased to announce the farm’s Sriracha has won a 2017 Good Food Award in the Pantry category.

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Representing 14 categories and 38 states, all Good Food Award finalists rose to the top in a blind tasting of the 2,059 entries from nearly every state, and passed a rigorous vetting to confirm they met specific standards around environmentally sound agriculture practices, good animal husbandry, sourcing transparency, and responsible relationships throughout the supply chain. The winners over the varying categories were announced today at the Awards Ceremony and Gala at the historic Herbst Theater in the San Francisco War Memorial. A complete list of winners can be found here.

“It’s such an honor to be included among this outstanding group of food producers around the country that meet extremely rigorous standards for quality and sustainability,” said Caroline Pam.

Kitchen Garden Farm Sriracha is a naturally fermented chili sauce that is certified organic and made exclusively with peppers grown on the farm in Sunderland. It is handcrafted by farmers Tim and Caroline at the Western Mass Food Processing Center in Greenfield, MA. Kitchen Garden Farm Sriracha comes in three varieties: original, extra-hot habanero, and super-hot ghost pepper. All three varieties are sold along with the farm’s line of salsas in select Whole Foods Markets, co-ops, and natural food stores around the Northeast, plus specialty stores in NYC, Boston, and the Berkshires. The farm’s products can also be ordered on the farm’s website, www.kitchengardenfarm.com.

Kitchen Garden Farm is a 50-acre, certified organic vegetable farm owned and operated by Tim Wilcox and Caroline Pam. They started the farm in 2006 on one acre and now grow on 50 acres of rich, river bottom soil in Sunderland and Whately. The farm supplies restaurants and stores throughout the Northeast with over 100 varieties of high quality, certified organic vegetables. Each year Kitchen Garden Farm hosts the popular Chilifest in September, a weekend devoted to celebrating all things spicy.

The Good Food Awards, organized by the Good Food Foundation 501 (c) 3, are proudly supported by the Good Food Retailers Collaborative, the Presenting Sponsor for three years running.

For more information, please contact Caroline Pam at info@kitchengardenfarm.com or visit www.kitchengardenfarm.com.

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