Allyson Spanier planned on making baby food for both of her kids. But the Jeffersonville mom didn't always have time to make special blends in the kitchen, and store-bought organics were disappointing. "Everything was made by a large corporation, watered down and overpriced," she says. "In Vermont, we're such localvores, and I was surprised there was nothing of that quality." So last summer, Spanier launched Vermont Baby, a line of local and organic jarred foods. She manufactures fruit-and-vegetable blends such as Sweet Potato & Peaches at Hardwick's Vermont Food Venture Center. Her almost-3-year-old son still asks for the Beets & Blueberries.
Fort Ann, NY
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