Vermatzah is handmade matzoh baked in Naga Bakehouse, based in Middletown Springs, Vermont. Vermatzoh is like a sophisticated cracker, and some say it tastes delicious – crispy and flavorful; some eat it by the handful! It's made using the whole grain and baked quickly by the open flame creating a snappy, full flavor.
Vermatzah is Eco-Kosher. However, it is not produced under Rabbinical supervision. So, the answer is technically no. Naga Bakehouse understands Eco-Kosher to mean a broader sense of “good practice” in everyday life that draws on the deep well-springs of Jewish wisdom and tradition about the relationships between human beings and the earth.
Some of the wheat used in Vermatzah is grown right in Middletown Springs, VT. Naga Bakehouse also relies on neighboring farmers who grow delicious, organic grains for them. This includes emmer grain – one of the earliest known agricultural ingredients available. This insures the highest quality, local grains, while participating in a vibrant, sustainable agricultural community in their region.