Our 15 acres of farmland in Hinesburg, Vermont and the miles of forest and trails surrounding it have all been conserved through the efforts of the Hinesburg Land Trust. In 2011 Matt and Amy Sayre purchased this land and started our organic, specialty fruit farm we call “The Sayre Fields” (a fitting name since Amy’s maiden name is “Fields”) Shortly afterward we built our on-farm bakery, Sweet Tooth Farm Gluten Free Bakery.
We currently have 500 Aronia and 75 Black Currant bushes planted, and expect to cultivate 10 acres of land. We are committed to serving as stewards of this treasured farm and forest and producing high-quality Aronia berries, other fruit, and related products.
We started the bakery when our three-year old daughter was diagnosed with Celiac disease which requires a gluten-free diet. People regularly tell us that they choose to eat Amy’s gluten-free cookies, brownies, muffins, and granola instead of “regular” baked goods simply because they taste better. Now we can’t keep up with the demand, but don’t worry, we’re working hard to figure out how to grow the bakery so more people can get them!