This morning I opened my facebook page to find a "mention" on our Hosta Hill page. I was elated to see that it was a link to an article about Hosta Hill in the food & dining section of Boston Globe! Link to full article here.
A few weeks ago we had a nice chat with the editor at the Berkshire Eagle, our local newspaper here in the Berkshires. We told him all about Hosta Hill, who we are, what we do, why we do what we do. Two big highlights of the article was the sharing of our recent recognition for a Good Food Award (blog post here) and also being the recipients of the 2016 MDAR (Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources). It's been an exciting start to the new year and we look forward to keeping things interesting and fun!
You can read the full article here!
"A behind-the-scenes look at a local fermented food favorite" Matt Novick from the Berkshire Coop covers all the bases on Hosta Hill as of 2016 in the Berkshire Co-op newsletter.
Fun Fact! The Berkshire Co-op was one of Hosta Hills first wholesale accounts AND Maddie worked there as a teenager in the deli and registers!
Alice Maggio of BerkShares talks with Maddie Elling from Hosta Hill about the history of the business.
And YES! We take BERKSHARES!
Radio Interview and print article HERE.
WHAT ARE BERKSHARES?
"BerkShares are a local currency for the Berkshire region of Massauchetts. Federal currency is exchanged for BerkShares at sixteen branch offices of four local banks and spent at more than 400 locally owner participation businesses. The circulation of BerkShares encourages money to remain within the region, building a great affinity between the local business community and its citizens." - from BerkShares website