Winding Drive, Inc, an artisan jam & jelly producer from Woodbury, CT, was honored as a winner of the Good Food Award in the preserve category for their Wild Elderberry Jelly. This honor makes Winding Drive the first Connecticut company to receive this award.
Alice Waters (restaurateur, food activist) presented the award last week to company founder Fran Adams founder at the third annual award ceremony held in San Francisco at the Ferry Building.
A total of 114 winners were selected from 1,350 entries from across the country representing nine categories (beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, coffee, confections, pickles, preserves and spirits) after a multi-tiered qualification and tasting process. These awards created by the Seeding Project organization, redefine good food as being tasty, authentic and responsible.
Fran Adams and her husband Ron Pinto are deeply committed to providing their customers with quality food products, which means preserves that have a fresh picked fruit taste with no artificial ingredients, preservatives, or colorings. Winding Drive preserves can be found at retailers in Connecticut, western Massachusetts, and upstate New York or purchased online.
Where to find Winding Drive’s products in Fairfield County:
For additional information visit Winding Drive Jam & Jelly’s website www.windingdrive.com