Specialty Food Magazine

WINTER 2015

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S P E C I A L A DV E R T I S I N G S E C T I O N s p e c i a l t y f o o d.c o m/w n w h Booth numbers listed in lower-right-corner of ads in this section are for the Winter Fancy Food Show Booth 733 Carpinteria, CA shoppri.com 805.684.0624 Manuka Honey Chocolate Mints Pacific Resources It's just that simple and just that good. Only 3 ingredients 99% cocoa, Manuka Honey, and Mint Oil. New Zealand Manuka Honey is an excellent digestive aid combined with unsweet- ened dark chocolate with a hint of fresh oil of mint. A great treat any time or a great delicious gift. what's new Booth 4007 Facebook: PartnersCrackers service@partnerscrackers.com Kent, WA partnerscrackers.com 800.632.7477 Gluten Free Brownie Thins Partners, A Tasteful Choice Company Made without wheat, rice, corn, or soy, these Double Chocolate brownie thins are gluten-free, non-GMO, and Certified Kosher. Made with dutch cocoa, cassava flour, and five ancient grains, Free for All Kitchen® brownie thins are sweet, crispy, and crunchy. 4-oz bags. what's new Booth 5614 Facebook: Pete's Seafood Club Twitter: @PetesSeafood cs@peteseafoodclub.com Vernon, CA peteseafoodclub.com 855.632.3663 Gourmet Seafood Meals Pete's Seafood Pete's Seafood is revolutionizing mouth- watering gourmet seafood entrées. Simple and convenient, our packaging allows consumers to steam delicious seafood meals right in the tray. Our handmade Jonah crab cakes are ready in minutes along with our full range of seafood products. what's new Booth 855 sofi™ Finalist Instagram: pocodolcesf Facebook: pocodolce info@pocodolce.com San Francisco, CA pocodolce.com 415.255.1443 Smoked Almond& Ghost Chile Tile Poco Dolce Confections Don't let the idea scare you into miss- ing the newest addition to our sofi™ winning line of Bittersweet Chocolate Tiles. This unforgettable chocolate fea- tures hickory-smoked roasted almonds paired with a ghost chile-infused sea salt that is hot on the tongue but not overwhelming. what's new New Member Twitter: @yayprimo Facebook: Primo Specialty Foods info@yayprimo.com Denver, CO yayprimo.com 303.570.9189 Artisanal Olive Tapenades PRiMO Specialty Foods Truly unique olive tapenades handcraft- ed with the finest ingredients and made to pair with artisan cheeses and char- cuterie. Offered in two flavors: Smoky Chipotle and Thai Curry. Available in 7.5-oz retail jars and in 4-lb foodservice containers. what's new info@ReliantRibbon.com Paterson, NJ ReliantRibbon.com 800.886.2697 Metallic Twist Tie Bows Reliant Ribbon Bows & Trims Add a little shimmer and shine to your specialty food packaging with Reliant Ribbons Bows & Trims new Metallic Twist Tie Bows. We have four styles of metallic twist tie bows available in both silver and gold and in two popular sizes. Call us for samples and information. what's new Booth 1766 Facebook: Rufus Teague tony@rufusteague.com Shawnee, KS rufusteague.com 913.706.3814; 816.294.3646 Rufus Teague Kansas City BBQ Rufus Teague Rufus Teague manufacturers gluten-free all-natural ingredients BBQ sauces, Meat Rubs, and Steak/Dippin sauces. A true Kansas City BBQ and winner of the American Royal in 2007 and 2012, Rufus Teague is sure to be a winner for your next BBQ. Rufus Teague products are also Kosher. what's new Booth 2417 New Member info@saladcosmo.com Dixon, CA saladcosmo.com 707.678.6633 Living Nan o-Greens Salad Cosmo USA Corp. Hydroponically grown, nutrient packed Living Nano-Greens are small sprouted vegetables that are beautiful and fla- vorful. With its long shelf-life, you can also water them when withered. It's a small garden in your refrigerator! what's new 126 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE specialtyfood.com

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