Story Time: The Garcias Family Traditions

Story Time: Every year, the Garcias harvested their corn and transformed it into delicious corn tortillas, a staple in Mexican cuisine

Story Time:  The Garcias Family Traditions

Once Upon a time, in a small town nestled in the rolling hills of Mexico, there was a family-owned corn farm that had been passed down for generations. The farm was known for its high-quality crops and dedication to traditional farming practices, including the cultivation of non-GMO corn.

The family, the Garcias, had always believed in the importance of preserving the integrity of their crops and producing food that was not only delicious but also healthy for their community. They took great pride in their non-GMO corn, which was grown without the use of any genetically modified organisms or harmful pesticides.

Every year, the Garcias harvested their corn and transformed it into delicious corn tortillas, a staple in Mexican cuisine. The process was labor-intensive, but the family knew that their hard work was worth it when they saw the smiles on their customers' faces as they enjoyed their fresh, authentic tortillas.

The Garcias' corn tortillas quickly gained a reputation for being the best in town, with people coming from far and wide to sample their delicious creations. The family's commitment to using non-GMO corn set them apart from other tortilla makers, and their customers appreciated the Garcias' dedication to providing a healthy and sustainable product.

As the years went by, the Garcias continued to expand their operation, eventually opening a small storefront where they sold their corn tortillas and other traditional Mexican dishes. The aroma of freshly baked tortillas filled the air as customers lined up to purchase the family's famous creations.

One day, a food critic from a nearby city stumbled upon the Garcias' small shop and decided to give their corn tortillas a try. From the first bite, he was hooked. The critic was amazed by the flavor and texture of the tortillas, noting that he had never tasted anything quite like them before.

The critic wrote a glowing review of the Garcias' corn tortillas, describing them as a taste sensation that was not to be missed. The review quickly spread, and soon the family's small shop was bustling with customers eager to taste the famous tortillas for themselves.

The Garcias were humbled by the positive response to their corn tortillas and grateful for the recognition of their hard work. They continued to plant their non-GMO corn with love and care, knowing that they were providing their community with a healthy and delicious alternative to mass-produced tortillas.

Years passed, and the Garcias' corn farm flourished, becoming a beloved fixture in the town. The family's commitment to sustainability and traditional farming practices had not gone unnoticed, and they were hailed as local heroes for their dedication to providing non-GMO corn tortillas to their community.

As the sun set over the rolling hills of Mexico, the Garcias gathered around the dinner table, enjoying a meal of their famous corn tortillas. The family laughed and shared stories, grateful for the simple pleasure of good food and the love that bound them together.

And as they looked out over their thriving corn fields, the Garcias knew that they had found true success in their commitment to producing the best non-GMO corn tortillas in all of Mexico. Their story had become a shining example of how hard work, dedication, and a touch of inspired creativity could lead to a life filled with joy, love, and delicious food.

Here, at Vermont Tortilla Company, there is a similar story. A family owned business, supporting local and organic, striving to produce a product people will love. It's true, we also use non-GMO certified organic corn to produce our delicious corn tortillas. We labor for hours to make a product that is clean label, kosher, and vegan as well. With just 3 ingredients: certified organic corn, water, and slaked lime. All of the traditions of nixtamalized corn, an authentic Mexican cuisine, located in Shelburne, Vermont.