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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 983 FB: Aloha From Oregon Office@alohafromoregon.com Eugene, OR AlohaFromOregon.com 541.343.5519 28 Delectable Pepper Jellies Aloha From Oregon What sells products the best? Word of mouth!! Visit our website and read comments such as "We've tried other Pepper Jellies, and yours are by far the best!" or "My husband is addicted to your Habanero Pepper Jelly." Find the Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow - It's Aloha. what's hot Booth 486 customerservice@amellacaramels.com El Segundo, CA AmellaCaramels.com 800.205.0080 Amella Gray Sea Salt Caramels Amella Caramels Our caramels are handmade with organic raw blue weber agave nectar and then enrobed in rich dark choco- late or creamy milk chocolate. With our Dark Sea Salt, Milk Sea Salt, and Vegan Sea Salt heading our line of caramels your taste buds will find them impossible to resist. what's hot Booth 729 Pinterest: Blackberry Patch Facebook: Blackberry Patch fruittreats@blackberrypatch.com Thomasville, GA blackberrypatch.com 800.853.5598 Oprah's Favorite Premium Syrups Blackberry Patch Here is what Oprah says about our syrups: 'Your breakfast just got a lot more delightful: these flavorful syrups are handcrafted from freshly picked blackberries, raspberries, blueber- ries, pumpkins or apples, plus cane sugar, lemon juice and not much else.' - Oprah what's hot Booth 1155 Bowling Green, OH centurylabel.com 800.537.9429 Shrink Sleeves Prime Labels Century Label Point-of-purchase appeal. Functionally versatile for complex bottle shapes. Shrink sleeve labels produced digitally or flexographically with high definition. Strict color management strategies to uphold your brand standards. Capabilities for short runs and longer print runs. what's hot Booth 1359 Facebook: Cosmos Creations Info@CosmosCreations.com Junction City, OR CosmosCreations.com 541.998.8883 Premium Puffed Corn Snack Cosmos Creations Non-GMO Corn. Gluten-Free. No Hulls or Kernels. It's easy to brag about what's in every bag, but what's excluded - gluten, trans-fat, hulls, kernels, preservatives & additives - is even more important. Just ingredients you can pronounce and a taste that's almost heavenly! what's hot Booth 2640 http://matizespana.blogspot.com/ Facebook: MatizEspana info@culinarycollective.com Lynnwood, WA culinarycollective.com 425.398.9761 Castillo de Canena & Arvum Culinary Collective Castillo de Canena world renowned XV olive oils and Arvum sherry vin- egars make the perfect culinary pair. Representing the highest quality that Spain has to offer, both companies are deeply rooted in tradition while tapping into all the benefits of modern technology. what's hot Pinterest: Dufeck Wood Facebook: Dufeck Wood info@dufeckwood.com Denmark, WI dufeckwood.com 888.603.WOOD Your Ideas - Your Way Dufeck Wood Products Your Ideas - Our Expertise. Your Product - Our Packaging. Your Logo - 3 Unique Options. Your Vision - Our Execution. Your success is our business. Stock Items-Custom Designs. We are 'Quality in Wood'. Made in USA. what's hot Booth 4717 sofi Gold Award Twitter: @elegantbrie Facebook: Elegant Brie appetizer@elegantbrie.com Pleasanton, CA elegantbrie.com 800.931.BRIE (2743) Brie en Croute Elegant Brie Entertain like you mean it with Elegant Brie's handcrafted Brie en Croute appetizer! This gourmet bake-at-home appetizer combines creamy brie cheese, fresh fillings and a flaky crust. Our brie comes fully prepared but frozen and unbaked. sofi winner - Mushroom, Garlic, & Scallion! what's hot WINTER 2015 131

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