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 pasta sauce Read More About Some of These perishable foodservice product Outstanding Finalists snack food USDA-certified organic product Roasted Garlic & Olive Bruschetta Salsa Sierra Madre Grocery Company Vine ripened tomatoes, roasted garlic and sweet onions combined with sliced black olives, green chilies, jalapenos, cilantro and other spices create a robust, delicious specialty bruschetta salsa. Serve on pasta, crisps, chips or to enhance the flavors of favorite recipes. 626.355.9556 karen@sierramadregroceryco.com sierramadregroceryco.com Sierra Madre, CA Grating Stick Coach Farm Enterprises Unique. Piquant. Farmstead. Coach Farm's Grating Sticks are like no other goat cheese on the market. Its ability to enhance a dish makes it a staple in home kitchens and top chef's res- taurants across the U.S. An excellent alternative to Parmigiano Reggiano. 518.398.5325 coachorders@coachfarm.com coachfarm.com Pine Plains, NY Facebook: coachfarm Booth 3814 Simple Squares Simple Squares A snack you can feel good about! Just five simple, whole food ingre- dients, our all-natural snack bars are infused with vanilla and herbs. Organic, non-GMO and free of many allergens, Simple Squares are unfired which means their power-packed nutrients are never compromised. 312.343.9986 joinus@simplesquares.com simplesquares.com Chicago, IL Facebook: simplesquares Twitter: @simplesquares Booth 230 Organic Volcano Rice Lotus Foods A colorful blend of prized traditional brown and red rice grown on West Java's mineral-rich volcanic soil. Aromatic and nutrient-dense, Organic Volcano Rice™ cooks in only 30 minutes producing moist and tender grains, transforming any rice dish into a special occasion. 510.525.3137, ext. 118 info@lotusfoods.com lotusfoods.com Richmond, CA Facebook: LotusFoods Twitter: @LotusFoods perishable foodservice product shelf-stable foodservice product soup, stew, bean or chili vinegar Grapefruit Campari Sorbet Ciao Bella Gelato Co. Ciao Bella's Grapefruit Campari is a chef-inspired creation that embod- ies both classic Italy and modern America. This naturally fat-free sorbet is light on the palate and is often served as an intermezzo between courses in the country's finest restaurants. 800.435.2863 info@ciaobellagelato.com ciaobellagelato.com Florham Park, NJ Facebook: ciaobella Twitter: @ciaobellagelato Booth 5303 Carolina Creole® Luquire Family Foods A rich and versatile small batch sim- mer sauce. Signature Dish: Combine with shrimp, chicken, sausage or sau- téed vegetables and serve atop rice or grits. Carolina Creole® balances spicy and sweet with an all-natural blend of vegetables simmered in the family's signature spices. 843.485.4344 info@carolinacreole.com carolinacreole.com Georgetown, SC Facebook: carolinacreole Twitter: @carolinacreole Booth 3333 cooksimple Tamale Pie The Healthy Pantry, Inc. Finally...an answer to healthy and easy. cooksimple offers complete nutritious meals from mixes—in under 30 minutes. Gluten-free, all natural, no added sugars. Our award-winning Tamale Pie features a mildly sea- soned chili, garlic and cilantro filling topped with cornbread. 877.9.PANTRY info@thehealthypantry.com thehealthypantry.com Red Lodge, MT Facebook: healthypantry Booth 5562 Arvum Gran Reserva Sherry Vinegar Culinary Collective This Denomination of Origin vinegar, from the distinctive micro-climate of the Jerez region is made from Palamino Fino grapes using the Solera System, a time-honored aging and blending process that produces a mature and complex vinegar. The Arvum Solera is older than 40 years. 425.398.9761 info@culinarycollective.com culinarycollective.com Lynnwood, WA JULY/AUGUST 2012 147

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