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Vegetarian Times Foodie Awards 2011

Written by Redwood Hill on . Posted in Company News

foodieawards2-1304722456We have received exciting news from Vegetarian Times that Redwood Hill Farm products have been nominated for their 2011 Foodie Awards! All year long, Vegetarian Times staffers have been tasting their way through the natural food isles to pick their favorite 114 foods and ingredients.The winners will be determined by all of our votes.

In the Kefir category, the Redwood Hill Farms Traditional Plain is nominated, and our Redwood Hill Farms Smoked Goat Milk Cheddar has been nominated in the Firm Cheeses category.

If you have a few minutes, we’d love for you to vote for your favorites. Voting ends June 9 and the winners will be announced in the October 2011 issue of Vegetarian Times. You can go to the link below and vote. Please do!

http://www.vegetariantimes.com/2011foodieawards

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    • Sharon Bice

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