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by Jojo Frey May 30, 2017 1 Comment

There's no better way to kick off summer than a visit to the Nantucket Wine and Food Festival. Last year, Churncraft had our debut at the NWFF. Though we weren't selling yet, we got a chance to teach people about slow-churned butter and introduce them to our modern butter churn. 

Returning to the festival a year later, we were armed with more knowledge, a better product and a lot more confidence. It was great seeing old friends and meeting new ones alike. A weekend filled with butter, bubbles and beaches is a perfect way to start the season!

Kristin and Jojo at NWFF

Brant Point

Jojo Frey
Jojo Frey


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john p Heffernan jr
john p Heffernan jr

August 16, 2017

will you be at the Greenwich food and wine again. We will be there in a big way this year with grills, fire pits, our truck Big Red and merchandise. Maybe we can use your butter with our chefs and cooking..

hope all is well

John

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