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The New England Tourist - A Guide to Everything New England Skip to content Food Breweries Local Spotlight By State Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont Outside New England About Contact Local Spotlight: New England Hot Fudge Co. November 20, 2016 SarahFood One of the greatest things about New England is all of the small businesses based here. I’ve decided to start a series called Local Spotlight. Every few weeks, I will feature a small business and ask them what makes them a unique New England company. For my first Local Spotlight, I wanted to feature a company that I think is really great and that is New England Hot Fudge Co. Local Spotlight: New England Hot Fudge Co. Based out of Vermont, New England Hot Fudge Co. started in 2011. This business makes sure that they have the freshest ingredients while making sure that 100% of their product (including packaging!) is made in America. Also, cool fact, their website is completely powered by wind! For more about New England Hot Fudge Co., I asked Owner and CEO Ron Leach a few questions. How did New England Hot Fudge Co. get its start? In 2011, I started New England Hot Fudge Co. due to the difficulty in finding quality ingredients in most of the chocolate sauces available. Instead of ingredients like cream, vanilla or butter there was corn syrup, artificial flavors and unappetizing words too long to pronounce. While at the time I was a computer programmer, I did have some background in food science which came in very handy. After a year and hundreds of test batches, New England Hot Fudge received the green light to start selling. What started as online only, we soon expanded into several farmers markets around Vermont and took part in many specialty food shows. Our products are now available in a growing number of selected stores and we ship all throughout the country via our website on a daily basis. What is the overall mission of New England Hot Fudge Co.? The overall mission for New England Hot Fudge Company is to produce and provide customers with high quality made products using as much locally sourced ingredients as possible. Our mission is to also keep all aspects of the product and business made right here locally. This goes for distribution, packaging and operations. What’s your favorite thing about being a local business in New England? One of my favorite things about being a local business is that I get to know each and every individual that supplies my company, from the local dairy farmers to those printing our labels. With small local businesses being the real heart and soul of New England, we make sure everything we need is within an hour radius from where we produce. What sets your business apart from everyone else? What sets New England Hot Fudge apart from everyone else is the ingredients we use in all of our products. It’s the freshness and quality that goes into each small batch produced. The cream we use is so fresh that our local farm has asked us to delay production a few hours because the cows were slow getting into the milking barn. We also use the amazing Vermont Cabot butter in all of our products (this is what helps make our chocolate so smooth and creamy!). We source non-GMO ingredients and use both all-natural and organic ingredients as much as possible. We have separated ourselves from most of the other brands by simply sharing the same concerns most people have when it comes to the foods they eat. With this in mind, we try to produce a decadent product with mindful ingredients with a local New England flare. I’d like to thank Ron for participating in this new series on The New England Tourist and giving such great responses. It’s really great to see a business that tries to be all natural in every way and really believes in what they do. To support New England Hot Fudge Co., make sure you check out their website. Order a jar of New England Hot Fudge and try some of their unique flavors! The Irish Cream Hot Fudge sounds fantastic! If you would like your business to be featured in the Local Spotlight, feel free to reach out! Share this: Email Twitter Facebook Google Pinterest StumbleUpon Lake Placid, New York October 28, 2016 SarahOutside New England I love New England, but sometimes it’s great to explore other areas of the country, this is the first post in the “Outisde New England” category, enjoy! In mid-January 2016, I visited Lake Placid, New York. My family and I used to go every February break, but we hadn’t gone since 2005. It was definitely interesting to see somewhere you remember as a In mid-January 2016, I visited Lake Placid, New York. My family and I used to go every February break, but we hadn’t gone since 2005. It was definitely interesting to see somewhere you remember as a 12 year-old when you’re 23. Lake Placid hosted the both the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. It was also the site of the 1980 “Miracle on Ice,” the USA hockey team’s triumph over the Soviet Union. If you don’t know anything about that, watch the movie Miracle; seriously, it’s one of the greatest movies ever and it’s probably Kurt Russell’s best performance. Herb Brooks Arena (The 1980 Hockey Rink, Site of the Miracle on Ice) What I love the most about Lake Placid is that since 1980, not much has changed. It’s a place that almost seems untouched by time. The 1980 Olympic hockey rink where that game happened? Today, most colleges have bigger stadiums on their campuses; the arena where the rink is only fits 7,700 people. Compare that to the site of the hockey rink used in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, which had a capacity of 12,000. The Lake Placid Ski Jumping Complex still has probably the same technology as it did in 1980 and the Olympic Speed Skating Oval has been the same since 1932. The Olympic Speed Skating Oval, as seen from Herb Brooks Arena But that’s what is so great about Lake Placid. 1980 was really the last decade before the technology we have now even existed. The things we see as necessities today weren’t back then, it was a lot simpler. I love how the 1980 Olympic Rink hasn’t been drastically renovated because if it was, you wouldn’t get that feeling of “I am where the ‘Miracle on Ice’ happened” when you walk in. If the Olympic Oval was changed, it wouldn’t be as cool as the original and current one, which is right in town in front of Lake Placid High School. Even though the town has a few modern stores like a Starbucks and a Gap, it still has some great mom and pop stores unique to Lake Placid. Main Street has the feel of being somewhere where modern technology hasn’t taken over. There is no Apple Store or Verizon Wireless on Main Street; instead, there’s a store that sells magazines and newspapers, Newman’s News. The Public Library is right on Main Street and has been there since 1884. Lake Placid Public Library When we live in a world where everything is constantly changing, it’s nice to know that there’s a small town in the Adirondacks that has stayed the same... Whois

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