Yummy Artisan Food award for Delicious taste.
The Apricot and Chardonnay go very well together Using a local Michigan apricot picked at the peak of flavor, and cooked in small batches long and slow to preserve flavor with a bit chardonnay to add complexity to the jam. If you like Apricot jam this rendition is a real winner.
This is a delicate balance of wine and fruit offering a rewarding finish that will take you far beyond toast and bagels, but that’s always a good place to start. Made in Michigan with Michigan ingredients.
About the Producer: Timothy Young co-founded "Food For Thought" 20 years ago with a commitment to "create and raise awareness around just and sustainable food" I met him and his daughter at recent "Good Food Awards" where he was winning his second straight award for creating a delicious preserve.
A small, certified organic production facility, Food For Thought is located in northern Michigan in the heart of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Their building was carefully built with concern for the planet, using green and recycled materials. That same care and concern is put into their products, which are small batch, family farmed, use intentional ingredients and are finished with a great deal of love and commitment.
Timothy is passionate about the foods he makes and believes it starts with the source of the ingredients. He has tight relationship with his farmers, purchases only fair trade organic sugar, and all ingredients are organic, non-GMO, and fair trade. Food For Thought is a wonderful example of a food maker who personally knows the sources of his ingredients and is passionate about making he best foods possible.