On November 14, 2018

Runamok Maple receives food choice award

Created out of a desire to highlight locally made food products and their makers, the Yankee Editors’ Choice Food Awards celebrate both the quality and variety of offerings of today’s New England food scene. Structured as awards of excellence rather than an either/or competition, the magazine celebrates both established and up-and-coming brands. The ten honorees for 2018 were chosen by Yankee senior food editor Amy Traverso and contributing editor Krissy O’Shea.

“We’re incredibly honored to be listed as an Editors’ Food Choice Awards honoree by Yankee magazine,” said Eric Sorkin, co-founder of Runamok Maple. “We are committed to creating specialty products that thrill everyone from amateur foodies to trained chefs. The Cardamom-Infused Maple Syrup is no exception – it pairs excellently with breakfast treats as well as entrees or beverages. We’re glad that the editors at Yankee magazine recognized its versatility and appreciated its unique flavor.”

For additional information about Runamok Maple, its collection of infused, smoked, and barrel-aged maple syrups, and online ordering, please visit runamokmaple.com. Runamok Maple’s assortment of organic maple syrups are also available on store shelves at a variety of specialty food shops throughout the United States.

Runamok Maple, a maker of all-natural, organic maple syrup in Cambridge, was named an honoree in Yankee magazine’s sixth annual Editors’ Choice Food Awards and featured in a multipage Holiday Food Special in the November/December issue.
Runamok Maple, a maker of all-natural, organic maple syrup in Cambridge, was named an honoree in Yankee magazine’s sixth annual Editors’ Choice Food Awards and featured in a multipage Holiday Food Special in the November/December issue.

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