Specialty Food Magazine

MAY-JUN 2013

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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SaltWorks® is the #1 Gourmet Salt Company in the world. Quality, Authenticity, Selection – Setting the standard in specialty salt since 2001. Bonfire® Smoked over a select blend of woods for days! 'elivers rich smokehouse flavor. Kala Namak Commonly used in Indian or 9egan cooking. Has a distinct egg flavor and smell. Salish® Alderwood smoked sea salt adds strong, smoky flavor on hearty foods. America's Sea Salt Company Wildfire® Mouthwatering blend of garlic, rosemary & Snowflake® sea salt, all smoked over Pecan wood. Cyprus Flake Large sea salt flakes work well as a garnish or to finish main courses or salads. Hiwa Kai™ %lack Hawaiian Salt adds a slightly earthy flavor and beautiful color to any dish. Hellfire® Slightly smoky & sinfully spicy, 0esTuite smoked sea salt with habanero and a splash of lime. Durango® Authentically Hickory-smoked sea salt is perfect for adding flavor on or off the %%4. Mediterra® A full-flavored Italian sea salt, ideal for use in the kitchen or at the table. For more information call (800) 353-7258 or visit us online at www.seasalt.com. Snowflake® %eautiful handcrafted sea salt. 'elicate crystals have a crisp & clean flavor. Ideal finishing salt. Sel Gris - Tamisé Popular hand-harvested sea salt from France – great for seasoning, baking & cooking. Bolivian Rose* A rose-colored salt mined from the Andes Mountains – can be used for cooking or grinding. Visit us at the Summer Fancy Food Show. America·s Sea Salt Company, Ancient Ocean, %onfire, 'urango, Fumée de Sel, Hellfire, 0editerra, Optically Clean, Pure Ocean, Salish, Salt:orks, Snowflake, :ildfire and

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