Specialty Food Magazine

JAN-FEB 2012

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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SPECIAL MARKETPLACE ADVERTISING SECTION paZm l g^p paZm l g^p paZm l g^p paZm l g^p Town Square Crackers National Importers, Inc. Town Square Rice Crackers are a healthy and innovative snack avail- able in Black Sesame and Sea Salt flavors. Town Squares boast a delec- table flavor while staying gluten-free, low in sodium, trans- and saturated- fat-free, and cholesterol-free. 888.894.6464 craigsaunders@national importers.com nationalimporters.com Richmond, BC, Canada Booth 1451 Ethical Bean Coffee National Importers, Inc. Ethical Bean, Vancouver-based roast- er, produces fair-trade certified organ- ic coffee. They are proud of being just and better in everything they do, including respect for the earth and its farmers and driving transparency to their consumers through QR code technology. 888.894.6464 kenkwong@nationalimporters.com nationalimporters.com ethicalbean.com/feed Richmond, BC, Canada Facebook: facebook.com/ ethicalbean Twitter: @ethicalbean Also on YouTube Booth 1451 paZm l g^p paZm l g^p paZm l g^p paZm l g^p RJ's Licorice New Zealand Natural Goods Inc. Four new varieties of New Zealand's favorite licorice are now available! RJ's has expanded its range to include Licorice Chocolate Twists, Raspberry Chocolate Twists, Licorice Allsorts and Natural Licorice Allsorts. All items come in 6.3 oz. bags and in retail- ready packaging. Steve Muir 310.649.6964 info@nzng.com nzng.com Manhattan Beach, CA Facebook: facebook.com/nzng.page Booth 1279 Quick Bread Mixes Old World Spices & Seasonings, Inc. Laurie's Kitchen is proud to introduce two new Quick Bread Mixes to their gourmet product line: Traditional and Roasted Garlic. Simply add a car- bonated beverage, top with melted butter, bake, and you've got a fresh, home-baked bread ready to serve! 816.861.0400 laurieskitchen.com oldworldspices.com Overland Park, KS Booth 2430 Aspenware Compostable Cutlery National Importers, Inc. Aspenware—disposable wooden cutlery made in Canada, 100% natu- ral and backyard compostable. Our standard product line includes: fork, knife and spoon. Comparable in size to conventional cutlery, the utensils are engineered to be lightweight and strong. 888.894.6464 veronikakononova@ nationalimporters.com nationalimporters.com; aspenware.ca Richmond, BC, Canada Facebook: facebook.com/aspenware Twitter: @aspenware Booth 1451 Organic & Probiotic Granolas New England Natural Bakers Two new granolas! Organic Ancient Grains and Probiotic Raspberry. Both offer today's health-conscious consumers the alternatives they seek. Ancient grains provide a richer source of nutrients and a unique taste. Many people use probiotics to maintain good digestive health. 413.772.2239 info@nenb.com nenb.com Greenfield, MA Booth 489 Good Good Eat Noodle Snack Nishimoto Japanese-style wheat crackers that are available in six varieties of fun flavors: original, soy sauce, BBQ, black pepper, Mexican spicy and seaweed. Great to eat as is, or can be used as a topping on salads for added texture. Yuki Mihata 562.229.3780 yuki.mihata@ntcltdusa.com nishimototrading.com Santa Fe Springs, CA Booth 4847 Gourmet Deli Crackers PARTNERS, a Tasteful Choice Company Wholesome and delicious, Partners Gourmet Artisan Deli Crackers are now available in attractive cello- phane packaging. Choose from 2 hors d'oeuvre flavors: Roasted Garlic & Rosemary (5.0 oz.), Olive Oil & Sea Salt (4.9 oz.); and 1 flatbread flavor: Everything & More (4.5 oz.). 800.632.7477 service@partnerscrackers.com partnerscrackers.com Kent, WA Facebook: facebook.com/ partnerscrackers Booth 3005 138 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE ❘ specialtyfood.com

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