About Us

Meeteetse Chocolatier
Meeteetse Chocolatier – Tim Kellogg

In June of 2004, my mother suggested that I make a bunch of truffles and brownies to sell during the Cody Stampede as a way to raise money for a new bronc saddle. I said Absolutely Not!  My mom finally talked me into getting a booth at Art in the Park, and that was that.

Mission Statement:

To create decadent and unique chocolates and desserts in an environmental and ethical manner. Meeteetse Chocolatier is working hard to become a zero waste business. We aggressively recycle all glass, aluminum, plastic and cardboard.

We also use an expanding variety of organic ingredients.

(Meeteetse Chocolatier produces less than 1 bag of garbage every 7 to 10 days)

 

 

Meeteetse Chocolatier firmly believes in supporting the community that has so loyally supported us. With this in mind, we have sponsored, donated to and/or supported many charities, groups and organizations including, but not limited to:

  • Artisan Chocolatier Tim Kellogg
    Meeteetse Chocolatier

    4H

  • FFA
  • THON
  • BRAVO!
  • Toys for Tots
  • Hole Food Rescue
  • Meeteetse Museum
  • Friends Of Pathways
  • Meeteetse Cupboard
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Cody Stampede Rodeo
  • Park County Arts Council
  • Jackson Hole Juggernauts
  • Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund
  • Western Design Conference
  • Jackson Hole Wine Auction
  • Grand Teton Music Festival
  • Tough Enough to Wear Pink
  • Buffalo Bill Historical Center
  • Northwest College Rodeo Team
  • National Day of the American Cowboy
  • Jackson Hole Historical Society Museum
  • Meeteetse Labor Day Celebration & Rodeo
  • And many, many other groups, events, scholarship funds, etc.