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Did you
know Otto’s has Log Cabin syrup AND Russell Farms Pure Maple Syrup?

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Happy Herbert’s Snacks
What’s not to like about this perky line of snacks? They are tasty, made with wholesome ingredients and 10% of their pre-tax profits are donated to children’s charities. We carry Oat Bran Mini Pretzels, Honey Wheat Pretzel Sticks, Cruncheezy, and Wild Rice and Sesame Snack Sticks.



Heartland Granola Cereals
Over 40 years ago, Heartland created America’s first national brand of granola cereal. This deliciously crunchy granola cereal is made with all-natural whole grains and rolled oats. While you’ll be temped to eat it right from the box, try saving some to make Granola Coffee Ring or Granola Wraps. Click here for recipes.


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Old Bay Seasoning
In the classic yellow and blue tin, this Maryland spice mix was originally named “Delicious Brand Shrimp and Crab Seasoning.” An accurately descriptive name but not all that catchy. The name “Old Bay” was appropriated from the nickname of steamship line that cruised the Chesapeake Bay from 1840 to 1962.

Old Bay is essential for shrimp/crab boil. Click here for recipes.

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Organic Valley's Salted Butter
This award-winning butter is made with certified organic cream. Organic Valley is a cooperative of family farmers committed to making products without antibiotics, synthetic hormones or pesticides. Their animals are raised humanely and given certified organic feed.

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Saratoga Spring Water
Jen said, “I want to buy that water just because of the pretty bottle.” Inside the cobalt blue bottle is crisp water from a spring in the Adirondack foothills. Saratoga Spring Water has been bottling it since 1872. We carry both sparkling & non-sparkling

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Ithaca Apricot Wheat
The perfect summer brew. Made with real apricots to create a "secondary fermentation," which creates a gentle wheat beer with just a hint of apricot flavor in the finish. It’s light, refreshing and not too sweet.

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KA-ME Hot Mustard
KA-ME translates to tortoise or turtle in Japanese, and is a symbol of the permanence of traditions. This 25-year-old Asian food- company adheres to the philosophies and cooking methods that have been practiced for centuries in Asian cultures. Central to Asian food philosophy are five taste sensations – salty, sweet, sour, spicy, and bitter. This mustard certainly has the spicy sensation covered.

In contrast to their tortoise name, click here for recipes more suited for a hare.

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