Over 100 businesses across the state invite visitors to experience maple in delicious new ways
Vermont Business Magazine Get ready to tap into the sweetest season as the 2023 Vermont Maple 100 kicks off from September 15th through October 15th! Presented by the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets and Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing, this month-long celebration takes you on a delectable journey across the Green Mountain State, where you'll discover maple's best-kept secrets and indulge in a variety of maple-infused delights.
It’s not just about syrup anymore! Follow along with the Vermont Maple 100 to find new local attractions or visit old favorites, all offering maple in new, fun ways. Savor unique maple specialty products; rank your favorite maple creemees; tour a sugar house with a local sugar maker; indulge in a maple-based brew or cocktail; discover your new favorite restaurant with a maple-infused meal; explore a sugarbush at the height of fall foliage; or even find a maple treat for your furry friends!
No matter what you do, you’ll get the chance to see Vermont’s best ingredient in a whole new way.
And the more activities you enjoy, the “sweeter” the deal! This year we're partnering with the Vermont Maple Sugar Makers' Association (VMSMA) and their new Maple Meander Passport! The Maple Meander is Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Association’s year-round passport program that encourages you to visit maple producers, partners, and celebrations throughout the year.
Pick up a Maple Meander Passport at most participating Maple 100 locations and track your path through the state.
Fill in six spots and send a photo to [email protected] by Oct. 20 for the chance to win a Maple 100 prize. When Maple 100 is over, continue to use your passport when you visit participating Maple Meander businesses. Once you visit 12 or more locations, you can turn it in for some sweet Vermont maple rewards.
Tap into what makes maple great by heading to vtmaple100.com and planning your fall maple adventure today!
Source: September 20, 2023 | Montpelier VT - Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets