Vermont Cookie Love: Press

WCAX-TV News - September 24, 2012
WCAX covers Vermont Cookie Love's preparation for and experience selling cookies at the Big E.
The Rachael Ray Show - October 1, 2009
Vermont Cookie Love was featured as the Snack of the Day!
Edible Green Mountains - Winter 2010
"If you have ever doubted that a simple chocolate chip cookie could put a smile on your face, then you haven't tried Vermont Cookie Love's 'First Love' cookie.  Want to share something a bit more decadent with your sweetheart this Valentine's Day"  Bake up a batch of 'Forbidden Love' triple chocolate chip cookies, using the company's frozen cookie dough."

WCAX-TV News - April 10, 2009
Jack Thurston profiles Paul and Suzanna for the Made in Vermont segment.
Burlington Free Press, Business Monday - May 26, 2008
"On the scale of difficulty - one being nearly impossible - and 10 being laughably easy - selling gourmet frozen cookie dough falls somewhere in the 12 or 13 neighborhood. It's not like hawking garbage bags or plastic utensils or some other product that no one really cares about. Cookie dough is something few among us can resist, whether it's in a mixing bowl or in the frozen foods section in the grocery store."
Burlington Free Press - February 12, 2008
"For a more G-rated Valentine's Day, look for Vermont Cookie Love's 'It's a Wonderful Love' frozen logs of sugar cookie dough in the freezer case of local independent markets. They can be sliced and baked just like those other national brands from the refrigerator case, but they are all natural and locally made by husband-and-wife team Paul Seyler and Suzanna Miller of North Ferrisburgh (425-8181,"
Champlain Business Journal - December 3, 2007
"Paul Seyler and Suzanna Miller opened their new business, Vermont Cookie Love, around the concept of cookie dough packaged like a burrito. The company's product, Dough-rito, is sold in the freezer section of area grocery stores."
KidsVT, Burlington - November 2007
"There's a new kid in town. Vermont Cookie Love. Owners Paul Seyler and Suzanna Miller hope to bring out the kid in all of us. They began their new venture in 2006 when they moved to Vermont. Paul dreamed of having a burrito business reminiscent of his days eating in the Mission District in San Francisco, but Suzanna had always longed for a cookie shop."
Addison Independent - October 25, 2007
"FERRISBURGH - A new business is bringing something sweet to the area. The family-owned, Ferrisburgh-based Vermont Cookie Love has started making and selling several different varieties of cookies, as well as what they're calling a Dough-rito: frozen cookie dough packaged like a burrito."
Seven Days - September 12, 2007
"Paul Seyler of North Ferrisburgh wanted to own a California-style burrito cart. His wife, Suzanna Miller, dreamed of a cookie company. While those two desires may sound like a recipe for disaster, the duo found a clever way to cooperate."
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