Specialty Food Magazine

MAY-JUN 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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Root Cellar Preserves. Husband-and-wife team Lorne and Susan Jones learned the art of pickling from their respective families grow- ing up in upstate New York. Building on traditional recipes with contemporary twists, they created a line of high- quality pickled products, from Cranberry Beets and Corn Chip Salsa to top-selling Sweet Bread & Butter Pickles and Sweet & Spicy Pickle Mix. The couple's connection to heritage extends beyond their products and into their commitment to con- tributing a portion of proceeds to historic preserva- tion projects. rootcellarpreserves.com Sechler's Fine Pickles. Covering all the classics and a few new cre- ations, Sechler's knows all things pickling. In tow are staples such as Dill and Bread & Butter, while flavored pickles include Candied Whole Gherkins, orange- and lemon-infused pickle strips and jalapeño-spiced slices. Other veggies get- ting the pickle treatment—some with sweet and hot varieties—include Dill Cauliflower, Tomatoes and Onions, as well as Pepperoncini and Banana Peppers. The sweet, mild Hungarian Pepper Relish is a unique version of the popular condiment. gourmetpickles.com Tillen Farms Pickled Vegetables. Using vegetables picked at peak ripeness, Tillen Farms ensures maximum crispness in each of its products. Fermented cukes make up only a small part of the company's colorful, flavorful line of pickled veg- gies. Its top seller, asparagus, comes in three varieties: original Crispy, Hot & Spicy (with crushed chile pep- pers) and Peruvian White Asparagus. Other options include Green Beans in Mild, Hot & Spicy and whole- bean Haricots Verts; Carrots; Snap Peas; Sunnyside Tomatoes and Sweet Bell Peppers. Ingredient lists are always simple and pure. tillenfarms.com Unbound Pickling. Sourcing veggies locally at its home base in Portland, Ore., Unbound Pickling aims for peak freshness before preserving an array of produce in small batches. Though its claim to fame is the popular Bacon Pickle, with a hickory-smoke taste, nine flavor-bending varieties include southwestern-style Pickled Okra with chipotle, lime and cumin; Pickled Walla Walla Sweets (balsamic and rosemary pickled sweet onions); Peas & Carrots with garlic, honey and mint; and the sole fruit venture, Pickled Cherries, flavored with vanilla and tarragon. unboundpickling.com |SFM| Eva Meszaros is associate editor of Specialty Food Magazine. Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 5223 MAY/JUNE 2012 43 NATURAL SUPER FRUIT JELLY HEARTS 20% Fruit Juice, 6% Fruit Pieces Treat yourself to the latest sensation from Germany N A S F T Washington, DC Booth 2705 sweets snacks E XPO www.nichegourmet.com Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 2705 & Booth 2301 1.800.875.5557

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