Spring Brook Farm is part of the Farms for City Kids Foundation, an educational non-profit organization founded in 1993. The overarching mission of the farm is to provide a safe working environment and an extraordinary educational setting for the 700 or more school children who spend a week at a time on the farm in classroom sized groups from spring to fall. All funds from the sale of Spring Brook Farm's cheeses go to the Foundation.
In Demand Cheese is a sales and marketing firm with over 14 years of industry experience, we specialize in representing small artisan cheese makers and specialty food producers. It is our goal to provide marketing and sales representation to the many American artisans in today’s growing market.
Gourmino belongs to the cheesemakers. Our skill lies in the affinage of long ripened cheeses made from raw milk. We use only the best quality cheeses selected from our own dairies. Our dairies are family businesses that use fresh milk supplied daily by local farmers. The cheesemakers not only care passionately about their handicraft, they also have the necessary expertise.
Rustic Bakery was started on a whim in 2005 by Carol LeValley and Josh Harris. The couple found their passion for baking in a simple sourdough flatbread cracker. From there we have developed various flavors of the flatbreads, as well as pan forte crostini, and cheese coins to complement cheese. Ingredients remain strictly local, organic when possible, as well as globally sourced.
Redwood Hill Farm
Redwood Hill Farm is an award-winning, Grade A goat dairy farm and creamery located in Sonoma County, California. Committed to making the best tasting and least processed artisan goat cheese, yogurt and kefir, our family-owned and operated company uses solar power to sustainably produce artisan goat cheese & goat milk products.
Founded in 1933, Rogue Creamery is located in the beautiful Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon and over the last 60 years it has introduced a flight of eight distinctive varieties of hand-crafted artisan blue cheeses and a variety of gourmet cheddars. Its blue cheese was awarded Super Gold at the 2014 World Cheese Awards, “Best of Show” at both the 2011 & 2009 American Cheese Society Awards and “Best Blue Cheese” at the World Cheese Awards in London, England .Rogue Creamery’s handmade cheese is made using old world practices with flavorsinfluenced by new world terroir and innovation of tradition, and it’s produced from sustainable and organic certified milk. Sustainable agriculture integrates three main goals — environmental health, animal welfare, and social and economic equity. Stewardship of natural, environmental, herd and human resources is of prime importance in a sustainable organization. Rogue Creamery ensures a consistently delicious and healthful experience through its commitment to sustainable, organic and food safety processes which are third party certified. Its dairy and cheesemaking processes are certified sustainable by Food Alliance, cheesemaking and ingredients organic by Oregon Tilth and food safety procedures and HACCP’s by ASI . People dedicated to sustainability, service and the art and tradition of making the world’s finest handmade cheese.
culture is the ultimate publication for those who love cheese. The magazine is devoted to delivering the most innovative, eye-opening stories about the world's many cheeses and cheesemakers. Within each issue, readers travel to gorgeous cheese regions, meet passionate makers and mongers, discover one-of-a-kind recipes, and even learn how to make cheese.