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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Our best selling points are inside this bottle PRODUCT ROUNDUP Fruity flavor ideal for cooking your favorite dishes Cap with interior dispenser has notes of chocolate. It can be drizzled over ricotta or yogurt or blended into hot coffee or tea. mellona.com.cy Cold Pressed 100% spanish olive oil From the largest producer in the world Kosher Max. Acidity 0.3% Premium Quality Extra virgin olive oil from our farms in Spain Dark bottle to preserve quality Royal Hawaiian Honey Organic Wililaiki Blossom Honey (formerly Christmas Berry): Bees on the Kona side of the Big Island of Hawaii pollinate the Christmas berry shrub from August to October to create a raw, light amber- color honey with undertones of brown sugar and molasses. Rich in antioxidants, this robust honey is certified organic by the Hawaii Organic Farmers Association. Royal Hawaiian honeys are certified carbon neutral: Through a partnership with carbonfund.org, the producer offsets 100 percent of the carbon dioxide emissions generated by the production and ship- ping of the honey by investing in carbon-reducing projects such as renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation. This honey's multi-dimensional taste and texture makes it suitable for tangy goat cheeses or a ham glaze. royalhawaiianhoney.com Exclusive four sided packaging easily recognizable HOJIBLANCA USA, INC. 175 Washington Avenue, Suite 18. DUMONT, NJ 07628 Ph.: 201.384.3007 Fax: 201-384-0848 Savannah Bee Company Peace Honey: In partnership with Heifer International—a global nonprofit whose mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty sustainably—Savannah Bee Company purchases and packages this tropical honey from community bee- keeping cooperative projects in Honduras. Bottled under Savannah Bee's Peace Honey brand, this Honduran rainforest honey is softly sweet with earthy notes. Peace Honey is KSA Kosher Certified. An appropriate com- panion for pretzel sticks or an unexpected accent in an exotic fruit salad, it also makes a great gift that gives back. For each bottle sold, Savannah Bee Company donates $3 to Heifer International. savannahbee.com Added Taste Brings Added Profi ts Choose from over 60 Gourmet Mixes. www.monksmeadow.com 800-545-3760 90 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE ❘ specialtyfood.com Tropical Blossom Tropical Wild Honey: This honey is a blend of gallberry (a type of shrub in the holly family) and saw palmetto honey from Florida's piney woods and Everglades—areas that are not cultivated, fertil- ized or tainted with pesticides—and is neither filtered nor cooked. Tropical Wild Honey retains natural pollens and enzymes making it rich in antioxidants. The gallberry mellows out the honey's sweetness giving it a more balanced flavor with a spicy finish. It is ideal for baking or to add subtle sweetness to hot beverages. Tropical Blossom began hand-packing its Florida honeys in 1940 and is now one of the leading U.S. suppliers of honey with honeycomb. tropicbeehoney.com |SFM| Nicole Potenza Denis is a contributing editor to Specialty Food Magazine.

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