Specialty Food Magazine

JUL-AUG 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 ADVERTISING SECTION baked good, baking ingredient or cereal Read More About Some of These cheese or dairy product Outstanding Finalists classic cold beverage Kaltbach Le Gruyère Ready-to-Bake Mini Butter Croissants Galaxy Desserts Fill your home with the freshly baked aroma of our award-winning sweet buttery croissants. They're handcrafted with more than 100 layers of buttery dough, creating America's favorite croissant. Convenient for everyday— just take out from the freezer and bake! Great for family meals. 800.225.3523 jkenyon@galaxydesserts.com galaxydesserts.com Richmond, CA Booth 1705 Villa Manodori "Artigianale" Switzerland AOC Emmi Roth USA, Inc. Crafted from fresh, raw milk in the top Swiss village dairies, Le Gruyère is selected to be artfully aged for more than a year in the Kaltbach caves. Cave-aged Kaltbach Le Gruyère delivers a true Swiss classic taste. 845.268.9990, ext. 126 melissa.massaro@emmirothusa.com emmirothusa.com Orangeburg, NY Facebook: EmmiUSA Twitter: @emmi_usa Booth 5954 Aceto Balsamico Di Modena De Medici Imports, Ltd. This artisan balsamic is simply called "Artigianale." Created through an artistic blend of various ages of balsamico. Balanced and versatile, it's designed to hold up to the heat of cooking without turning bitter. A sweet, dense condiment that delivers volumes of flavor. 908.372.0965 info@demedici.com demedici.com Elizabeth, NJ Facebook: demedici.imports Twitter: @demedici_imp Booth 4715 Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic Water Brands of Britain, LLC A delicate floral tonic perfect for vodka, with essential oils from flowers and herbs, this highly carbonated tonic has small Champagne bubbles making it smooth and aromatic. Featuring lemon thyme, quinine and rosemary, Fever-Tree's newest addition is one of seven varieties. 800.646.6965 info@brandsofbritain.com brandsofbritain.com San Ramon, CA Facebook: brandsbritain Booth 1601 cheese or dairy product classic classic confection Triple Cream Goat Cheese Coach Farm Enterprises Creamy. Buttery. Farmstead. Coach Farm's Triple Cream Goat Cheese is handcrafted on the farm in New York's Hudson Valley. One of the only pure goat's milk Triple Creams made in the U.S., this cheese is embraced by chefs and retailers nationwide for its distinctive flavor. 518.398.5325 coachorders@coachfarm.com coachfarm.com Pine Plains, NY Facebook: coachfarm Booth 3814 Humboldt Fog Cypress Grove Chevre Now celebrating its 20th birthday, Cypress Grove Chevre's Humboldt Fog defines the word "classic" for American artisan cheese. Conceived in a dream by founder Mary Keehn, this soft-ripened goat cheese, featur- ing a ribbon of edible ash, paved the way for handmade American cheeses. 707.825.1100 janne@cypressgrovechevre.com cypressgrovechevre.com Arcata, CA Facebook: CypressGrove Twitter: @CypressGrovers Booth 5854 Ginger Peach Black Tea The Republic of Tea Raise your cup and sip in delight to honor The Republic of Tea's celebrat- ed classic and 2012 sofi Awards Finalist, Ginger Peach Black Tea. This flavorful cup of fine black tea from China is blended with the lushness of a fancy peach and seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger. 800.298.4TEA (4832) info@republicoftea.com republicoftea.com Novato, CA Facebook: The Republic of Tea Twitter: @republicoftea Booth 5315 Farmstead Goat Milk Caramels Big Picture Farm Big Picture Farm's farmstead goat milk caramels are handmade with fresh, raw, creamy milk supplied by 21 enormously loved goats who free-browse our hillside family farm in Townshend, Vermont. 802.380.2501 bigpicturefarm@gmail.com bigpicturefarm.com Townshend, VT farmweather.tumblr.com Facebook: Big Picture Farm Booth 3431 JULY/AUGUST 2012 143

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