Red Kite Candy

 Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Toffee

Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Toffee

Red Kite Candy

Locally Inspired
Bradford, VT

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www.redkitecandy.com

Get to Know Them
Candy with a Conscience

"We're proud of our candy and the way we do things.  We place a great deal of importance on sourcing local and organic ingredients, on environmentally responsible practices and on doing the right thing for our customers and our community.

Just about everybody asks, “Why Red Kite?” Simply put, it is a symbol of my time spent flying kites with my late brother, who patiently helped me get my kite up and flying before his so many times. It is a reminder to me of where I come from, and what values I want to always bring to Red Kite Candy — simplicity, honesty, and fun."

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Summer Squash

"There's an old joke...never leave your car windows open in August in New England, else you come back to find your car filled with zucchini."
- Joanne, trying to keep up with squash harvest in Maine

Heirloom Carrots

"We wash, sort and pack up our summer carrots and store them in the barn cellar for the winter. It is cool and dark under there which keeps them fresh to use for months. It's like pulling out a little bit of summer whenever I bring some up from the cellar."
- Jamie, farmer growing organic vegetables for local chefs

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Lobster Claw Bands

"Today we took in about 800 lobsters, an average day for us now at the beginning of August. I actually prefer going out to pull the traps in October and November and the colder months. The air is cool, the work is busy and our catch is more."
- Matt, lobsterman along side his uncle, Gloucester, MA

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Sunflower

"Our sunflowers are cut in the field first thing in the morning. We then get them to our markets in Boston the same day so they are as fresh as possible."
- Mike, Field Manager, Siena Farms, Sudbury, MA

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Summer Uniform

"I like to keep my bathing suit on all day so I am ready to swim or play with water whenever. You never know when you will think of a fun new game to play in the water and need try it out."
- Abigail, 10, happiest in the water

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Bird Nest No. 2

"I noticed this nest in a bush in front of our house. This past spring a bird family used it and there were little chicks in it chirping all the time. I looked in on them everyday until one day it was empty and they had all flown away. I am keeping it because I love how it is built."
- Mary, 12, future biologist

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Blackberries

"I have a love/hate relationship with blackberries - they grow wild behind our house and are the most prickly, difficult brambles to cut back. On the other hand, they make a great pie!"
- George, lives in NH, loves pie

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Beach Rose Hips

"The smell of the rose hips right now is amazing! Whenever I am at the beach I close my eyes, inhale and try to remember this smell so when I am down here in January I can think of summer."
- Ruby, daily beach walker

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Deck Chair

"We love to be out on the deck. It's like where we spend most of our time when it's nice out. My dad said I need to help him re-stain it but I'm planning to avoid the subject for as long as possible."
- Nathan, 15, not looking for summer work

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