We do not want to gloat about press but Hinterland Market was contacted last week by Jeb Wallace-Brodeur, a photographer about doing a write up for the Times Argus. At first we were a little hesitant as to the value of such a request but we set up the meet for Friday anyway.  Jeb was a pleasure to deal with, prompt and inquisitive about our beginnings of our venture.  At the end we asked if it does run, when will that be. He replied “probably tomorrow!” Not expecting much to come out of this, Saturday starts and while we are baking away for that day the inquiries and orders start rolling in due to the article! All in all a great experience and we are very grateful to Jeb for seeking us out and making this happen. Press has been good to us! Much love to the community and their unwavering support of local ventures especially in these current times!

We are currently running with 6 flavors, 3 of them are NEW!  Maldon Salt encrusted, Everything mix and Parmesan are the three that started it all. We just added Garlic Parsley, Onion and Sunflower to the mix as well!  You will definitely want to try it! They are without a doubt delicious and I dare say, rather addictive!

No order is to small or to large. We do weekly pre-orders for a Saturday pickup and can accommodate orders any day of the week for a dozen or more.  Check out the pretzels page under the house made tab in the menu above and give them a go.

Make sure you buy enough otherwise you will have to come back for more!

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Karin Weiner

About Karin Weiner

Karin is native to Vermont and has a background in art and spent many years toiling away in the food and beverage industry. Karin returned to her home state of Vermont in 2014 and began looking to make her mark on local level in the food industry. Hinterland Market is the culmination of that effort.

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