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Battenkill Wholesome Foods

I just finished up some fresh shots for the folks at Battenkill Wholesome Foods. They make some really tasty brittle bars, crunch, as well as cookies. The newest to the line of products is a very yummy cereal in either Coconut/Apricot or Apple/Raisin. I am always munching away when I do these shoots, and it was all I could do to not eat the apple sauce/brittle muffin recipe while it was on set. Here are a few shots using a mix of natural and strobe lighting. Look for these products in local Bennington area stores as well as their website—http://battenkillbrittle.com

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I put together a print ad for Vermont Magazine yesterday. We have a strong entrepreneurial spirit in this state, and I enjoy the collaboration with small businesses who need to put their products in the best light possible. A shout out to Battenkill Brittle, Vermont Moonlight Cookies, Gringo Jacks, Jamtastic, and Benjamin’s Sandwiches.

Battenkill Brittle

I just finished a fun studio/location product shoot for Battenkill Brittle. Leslie Kielson has developed a fantastic product and needed some new photography to launch a Website and marketing materials that will be available soon. I really enjoy collaborating with fellow Vermonters in their small business endeavors and I think this is a fantastic product. If your local to Bennington, stop by the Walloomsac Farmer’s market or look for it in the many shops in the tri-state area.

A little about the product from the current Website:

Battenkill Brittle is the perfect snack to give you that necessary energy boost for any and all active endeavors (skiing, cycling, hiking, sports, working out, yoga, etc.), as a pick-me-up in between classes or for that afternoon office slump. It is light, just a little sweet and tastes great! And just an ounce gives you sustained energy that lasts. It is made with organic sunflower seeds, organic sesame seeds, organic pumpkin seeds, organic brown rice syrup, pure Vermont maple syrup and pecan meal.

These are a few of my favorites from the shoot:

Crumbles sprinkled on ice cream

Mix it up with a Greek yogurt/blueberry compote parfait (this was really delish btw 😉