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Vermont food business packs fresh ingredients in glass jars

BPA-free packaging enhances brands safe, natural food commitment

Two Guys in Vermont is a Vermont food business with a mission to cook delicious, healthy and all natural soups made with fresh ingredients grown on local family-scale size farms.

Jeff Weinstein founded Two Guys in Vermont to pursue his passion for connecting what we eat, how our foods are grown and prepared, and our health. The company is committed to using non-GMO ingredients, reducing personal exposure to pesticide and herbicide residues, and using safe food packaging options. The soups are packaged in glass jars, an ideal, BPA-free and environmentally friendly container that preserves the rich taste of the ingredients.

Weinstein partnered with Chef Doug Barg to develop creative recipes using local foods from Vermont farms such as Champlain Orchards, Pete’s Greens and Monument Farms. Soups are cooked in small kettle batches and processed in glass jars similar to the traditional canning process. Today, Two Guys in Vermont offers three different flavors of soup: Chunky Garden Tomato, Veggie Basil Goodness and Hearty Curried Apple Butternut Squash.

To date, Two Guys in Vermont has cooked with over 15,000 lbs. of fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables.

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