Vermont Shortbread Company
Launches Online Bake Shop in Time for Mother's Day Gift-Giving
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Huntington, VT May 3, 2006--
Food connoisseurs in search of an edible Mother's Day gift
can look no further than the Vermont
Shortbread Company to deliver the baked goods by mail.
Ann Zuccardy, owner of this Huntington, Vermont-based shortbread
provider to hundreds of local and online customers, announced
the official launch of her online shortbread headquarters
earlier this week.
Shortbread fans and natural food champions
alike will find it easier than ever to have homemade, additive-
and preservative-free shortbread shipped to their home or
office via express mail within days of making their online
As an emerging leader in what is becoming
known as the Slow Food Movement, Zuccardy might just be a
dime a baker's dozen of specialty food providers helping to
change the face of the food industry as we know it.
Says Ann of her shortbread presence on the
web: "In this exhausting age of immediate gratification
and fast-paced communication, people are once again turning
to the comfort-providing, simply prepared foods passed down
from their grandparents' era. The internet has really opened
the doors to a cultural food revolution and a fusion of ethnic
tastes, bringing back old family recipes from generations
ago and making it easier than ever for foodies to access hard-to-find
ingredients from all over the world.”
Besides having a healthy helping of old-world
charm to offer, Vermont Shortbread holds wide appeal for many
health-conscious individuals who prefer to feed their families
naturally-prepared, chemical-free foods. While shortbread
is by no means lowfat, the recipe promoting extended shelf-life
gets a nod of approval from internet-based food fans who prefer
to keep it real.
Coinciding with the launch of the new website
comes a special Mother's Day promotion for those who wish
to send shortbread to Mom by mail. Zuccardy's elegantly-dressed
Mother's Day gift box features a Vermont Greeting card and
handwritten, personal message to Mom; plus an attractive calendar
magnet bearing the Vermont Shortbread Company logo and a photo
of her mouthwatering shortbread. Shortbread fans have been
reminded to "order well before Mother's Day to ensure
delivery on time!"
For more information, visit http://VermontShortbread.com
or email Ann Zuccardy.
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