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Maple to the Rescue! Part 2: Corrine White

Corinne White is a vibrant 11-year-old from Vermont. She enjoys traveling, reading, running, art, and caring for animals as she has dogs, sheep, chickens and ducks. Growing up her favorite food groups were sushi, steak, and sweets, but about a year ago Corrine started having symptoms that indicated
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New UnTapped Packaging

In 2013, we founded as a company with the idea of putting maple syrup in individual on-the-go pouches and to then spread #mapletothemasses. After a successful crowd funding campaign, in the fall of the following year UnTapped had our first packets in-hand. The idea had become reality -- 100 calories
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Maple to the Rescue! Part 1: Richmond Rescue

Under Vermont EMS protocol, Maple Syrup is approved to treat diabetic emergencies. Many of Vermont’s rescue squads have seen the ease of treatment that an UnTapped packet offers and keep them on the trucks for when the moment arises.We recently had the chance to sit down with a local organization wh
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The UnTapped Story, part 3: Andrew Gardner

A Michigander by birth, and practically growing up with nordic skis on his feet, Andrew Gardner settled in Vermont in 2006 taking over the reigns as head coach of the nordic ski team at Middlebury College. Ted was graduating from the school at the same time, so a friendship was born on tw
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The UnTapped Story, part 2: Ted King

UnTapped co-founder, Ted King’s first career was that of a professional cyclist. Living and racing all throughout Europe on cycling's biggest stage, from the the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France to the hallowed spring classics, Ted served as a loyal domestique to some of the sport’s bi
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The UnTapped Story, part 1: Slopeside Syrup

Have you ever glanced at our logo and wondered What's Slopeside Syrup? That story starts in 1961 when Mickey Cochran installed a ski rope tow on his hillside farm in Richmond, Vermont. He and his wife Ginny cut a few trails allowing their four children to ski countless laps right in their b
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