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Vida Tortilla - New Hampshire made, New Hamshire grown

A project in Dover, NH by Joel Harris
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Fresh, organic tortillas made from local heirloom corn by the people who bring you New Hampshire's best Mexican food.
Backers: 130
Average Pledge Per Backer: $97

Funded: $12,631 of $11,500
Dates: Dec 4th -> Jan 22nd (50 days)
Project By: Joel Harris
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Latest News

Goal!!!!

January 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings from Vida Tortilla With six days left to go we have hit our goal! A huge thank you to everyone who supported us. There is still time to be part of this project and we hope you will continue to spread the word about Vida Tortilla to your... (Read More)

Dos Amigos, Vida Cantina to put tortillas on tap in Dover

January 15th - via: unionleader.com
[DOVER, NH] - The owners of Dos Amigos Burritos and Vida Cantina are opening a tortilla production facility in a mill building on Washington Street. Two people will be hired to work full time at Vida Tortilla in Dover. The hope is to produce enough tortillas to supply the five restaurants and make packages of 10 available for sale at Vida Cantina and Dos Amigos. (Read More)

Wine Me Dine Me: New company Vida Tortilla creating a local supply chain

January 12th - via: seacoastonline.com
Tuckaway's indigenous heirloom flint corn is cultivated on three acres by Dorn and Chuck Cox is dried and milled by chef David Vargas at his Vida Cantina restaurant in Portsmouth. He then creates a masa dough and hand-presses 8,000 tortillas a month to use in and with his delicious dishes. (Read More)

The Home Stretch

January 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Happy New Year! 2018 will be the year of the tortilla.  With just 16 days to go we are 67% funded. We need your help to push us over the top. Please share the Vida Tortilla Kickstarter with your friends and family. Every little bit puts us closer to... (Read More)

Week One

December 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you to everyone who pledged in the first week and to those that shared our project on social media and beyond. A lot has happened in week one of our Kickstarter; we were on the front page of the Portsmouth Herald on Saturday ... (Read More)

Help Kickstart local tortillas

December 8th - via: seacoastonline.com
[PORTSMOUTH, NH] -? “The flavor is incredible,” Vargas said, explaining why he goes through the time-consuming trouble to hand-make every one of the thousands of tortilla from scratch. “We say you can not just taste the flavor, but you also taste the energy. It’s unlike anything else and no one else in the area is doing it.” (Read More)

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