Waterville, ME (December 28, 2018) - Maine Crisp Company, a specialty cracker business, had their Cinnamon Maple Crisp featured in Culture magazine’s “Best Of” issue’s,“The Best Sweet Accompaniments” article. Maine Crisp co-founder, Karen Getz, had previous experience making cheese with one of Culture’s co-founders, Kate Arding, at Getz’s dairy farm in Vermont in the fall of 2008. A former award winning farmstead cheesemaker herself, Getz was, “delighted”, to once again join the cheese world with a new product pairing, Maine Crisps, alongside “many great accompaniments”, Getz said.
In this special issue, Culture authors wrote about the Cinnamon Maple flavor, saying, “While the world of gluten-free crackers has expanded over the past few years, there aren't many that can truly stand up to a creamy wedge of cheese - but these can. Maine Crisp Co. Cinnamon Maple Crisps are plenty sturdy and pack a wallop of warm flavor from organic cinnamon and pure maple syrup. Slather them with fresh goat cheese for an easy post-holiday breakfast, or crumble them atop mascarpone ice cream for a creamy-crunchy dessert.”
Maine Crisp co-founders Steve and Karen Getz were happy to feature a unique Maine product in this national magazine.
Culture: the word on cheese
Culture is the ultimate publication for those who love cheese. The magazine is devoted to delivering the most innovative, eye-opening stories about the world's many cheeses and cheesemakers. Within each issue, they highlight cheese regions, meet passionate makers and mongers, discover one-of-a-kind recipes, and instruct creative, at home cheesemaking methods. Each issue is a resource for readers of any background.
About Maine Crisp
Founded and operating out of Waterville, Maine, Maine Crisp Company is a pioneer in using naturally gluten-free buckwheat and a unique combination of nuts, seeds and dried fruit. The resulting crackers are being served in some of the finest cheese shops and specialty food stores in the nation. The three flavors are Wild Blueberry Walnut, Cranberry Almond and Cinnamon Maple. They will be joined by others as the company grows.
Contact: Steve Getz
Co-founder/VP of Marketing
Maine Crisp Company