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We knew we might be a conversation topic while sharing around the dinner table - but we're so humbled to see The Vermont Gelato Company name making the news!
WCAX-TV - January 28, 2019
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (WCAX) Jessica Kull's family runs the Vermont Country Deli in Brattleboro. One of the items they've stocked over the years is gelato from the Vermont Gelato Company. She and her husband loved it so much, they bought the company and are adding their own organic touch to this traditional Made in Vermont desert.
"My wife and I are very health conscious with our two kids and it's just important to what we put into our bodies," Michael said.
They make several organic gelatos, including one with fresh ginger.
"Those people that are seeking out something that's super-powerful, it's there. They're going to get that satisfaction," Jessica said.
Spices like the ginger are locally sourced. Michael makes sauces from scratch in the company kitchen.
"It is a desert but we want to make sure it's going to be the best quality and the best ingredients that we can give you," Michael said.
(Continued at WCAX.com)
Brattleboro Reformer - Novermber 2, 2018
BRATTLEBORO — Jess and Mike Kull first met playing in an intramural soccer league in Park City, Utah, that was sponsored by an ice cream company.
"Coming full circle," said Jess at the Cotton Mill on Tuesday, the location of Vermont Gelato Company, which they purchased from founder Peter Solley a little more than a week ago.
Solley began the company about 10 years ago in the Newfane Cafe and Creamery where he made and sold his gelato. As the Vermont Gelato business grew and took on a life of its own, production was moved into its current facility in the Brattleboro Cotton Mill.
"It's been a great journey and I think the new owners will take the company to the next level without compromising its values," Solley wrote in a press release announcing the sale.
(Continued at BrattleboroReformer.com)