Spring Brook Farms adapts traditional French methods to their unique setting in Reading, Vermont to produce award-winning Alpine-style artisanal cheese. They support local agriculture by partnering with two Jersey dairies to provide the milk for their famous Reading Raclette cheese. All profits from this cheese supports the mission of the Farms for City Kids Foundation. Raclette, which means “to scrape” is the appropriate name for this specialty cheese because it is gooey in texture, causing those who indulge in its tastiness to scrape up every last bit off of their plate. The Reading Raclette preserves the salty funk of classic cheeses, but has a more structured flavor with nutty undertones.