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Green Goods to Ring in Spring

March 14, 2016 in Product Stories

Green means go. It’s what the grass is more of on the other side. Green is the eye of an envious monster… the power from a wind-whirled turbine. That close-cropped turf you putt on? A green. But here, teetering on the cusp of spring—nestled right up next to the Day of St. Patrick—what exactly do we mean by green? It’s simple: We’re talking green-colored goods. Every section of our store contains items with a green sheen: From seaweed snacks and spicy sauce to leafy greens and cold-pressed juice. From cheese with pesto and...

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The Pear-fecta

December 21, 2015 in Product Stories

For some, discovering the joy of pears feels like finally entering the Pearly Gates. That’s because, despite this sophisticated-cousin-of-the-apple’s heavenly profile—firm, perfumy, juicy, delicious—the average eater finds the road to pearadise a long and difficult one. What causes such impearment? It’s probably as simple as the fact that pears don’t fit our handy fruit expectations. Pearplexing questions arise, such as: “How do I know when it’s ready to enjoy?” Or, “What foods can I pear it with?”...

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The Fruits Of Quick Pickling

August 17, 2015 in Product Stories

Summer. Bounties of glistening, seasonal fruit at our fingertips… We love it. Can’t get enough of it. Feel compelled to get creative with it. Take peaches. There is something to be said about biting into a perfectly ripe, juice-dribbling-down-your-chin peach. Sometimes, though, you want more of a bite in that bite. Whether for a picnic, a barbecue or a twist on a traditional dessert, pickled fruits offer quite the bite...

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Wink, Wink — The Summer's Secret Is Out

July 20, 2015 in Product Stories

It may have taken a few years for its popularity to percolate, but it’s official—Cold Brew Coffee is the “it” drink of summer. What makes it so “hot”? Above all else—its cool temperature.  As its name puts forth, Cold Brew Coffee is never heated. As a result, the oils and acids that are commonly released with heat don’t pass through to the brew. To quantify it, a cup of Cold Brew Coffee contains more than 50% less acid than a hot brewed cup. No longer masked by the compounds that give coffee its bitter bite, the nuanced, lush, fruity flavors of the beans becomes strikingly more perceptible, and to many, that much more enjoyable.

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