How to list your business
DigInVT place listings are agricultural or culinary businesses that offer the public an authentic Vermont food experience.
We build our database from the membership of our partner organizations (listed on the About Us page).
These partners verify places' information, verify that locations accept visitors for at least part of the year, keep the information up to date, and cover listing fees as part of their dues. The DigInVT partners also work together to run marketing and promotions for members that appear on DigInVT. Members of partner organizations are featured in the biweekly e-newsletter, blog, and social media, as well as in printed promotions and materials.
If you are a member of one of the partner organizations and do not appear on our site, please contact email@example.com to update the database. If you would like to update or expand your profile, you can let us know what needs to be changed with this form.
If you are not a member of one of these organizations, you can join the site if you meet comparable criteria and pay an annual listing fee of $50 for non-restaurants or $65 for restaurants / eateries that operate independently of a farm. The form for joining is here.
To be included on this site, the appropriate DigInVT member has verified that all listings met the following criteria:
Comply with all applicable regulations - this includes regulations for commercial sale of products
Provide a safe and welcoming environment for visitors
Offer a product of which 75% originates in Vermont or 85% of its value is finalized in VT - additionally, wines must be made from at least 75% Vermont grown grapes / fruit
Be open and set up for visitors year round or seasonally with visiting times clearly communicated
Be an active member in good standing of at least 1 organization represented on the Council (or meet the relevant criteria and pay an additional fee for application processing)
*Restaurant / Eatery Criteria:
We additionally verify that restaurants (and similar eateries) make regular local food purchases for their menu, supporting the local farm economy, and introducing diners to high quality Vermont products. All restaurants must:
1) Purchase from at least four local farmers
2) 15% of annual food purchases are Vermont grown or raised
3) Include on the menu, at all times of year, a range of local Vermont ingredients
A detailed overview of features available to listed places is found in this document.