Archives: Producers

Provincial Palete

Sarah Baldwin – Welcome started cooking when she was a kid. She prepared meals for the family (while her Mom was a student) and for weekend workshops conducted by her father. She grew up on the family farm in Gilmanton New Hampshire, purchased by her grandfather in 1931. From her commercial kitchen located in the original farmhouse. Sarah got her first job as a prep cook when she was 16 and hasn’t stopped. She received her degree in Culinary Arts from Newbury College in 1985.

Ink & Iris

At the end of 2018 I found myself newly divorced with a little baby. As a stay-at-home mom, I had to find a way to make ends meet. I found a job where I could bring my daughter, but it still wasn’t enough.

Frontier Soup

Soup has always been part of everyday life for the Anderson family. What started in 1983 in our mom Trisha’s kitchen on a shady midwestern street has grown into something bigger than any of us ever imagined. Our recipes all get their start in our kitchen—the heart of the home where our whole family creates, develops, and tastes recipe concepts together.

La Cebolla Roja

If you would have told me years ago to eat a red onion, I would have told you “No thank you. Not a fan”. But After a friend brought a jar of pickled red onions over to my home, as a compliment to a cheese dish, I was hooked.

Joy Lane

We’re Joel and Katy, the makers behind Joy Lane Farm. We are second generation soap-makers who live in Rollinsford, NH. We believe high quality products come from high quality, natural ingredients, and that if a product is absorbed into your skin, it shouldn’t contain parabens.

Zagnut Bars

Zagnut Bars were launched in 1930 by the D. L. Clark Company. Its main ingredients are peanut butter and toasted coconut. In the 1960s, Zagnut made fun of its unlikely […]

Wood Syrup

Wood’s Syrup started as a dream….I had ALWAYS dreamed of being a maple syrup producer full-time but it wasn’t something most of my friends and family considered a safe way […]

McSteven’s

McSteven’s has been a purveyor of fine cocoa for 35 years! From our beginnings in Portland, Oregon to our current business in Vancouver, Washington, we have always strived to bring […]

Little Acres

Our condiments are designed to help you take your recipes to the next level, making your everyday meals delicious. Little Acre’s award winning, easy-to-incorporate products are made with simple ingredients, real fruits and vegetables.

Common Sense

We started manufacturing natural soap and body care products 35 years ago. At that time, health food stores were small and natural products were not in the mainstream. Our interest in learning to make natural products was based on the simple conviction that making “natural” products was the right thing to do. Learning was painstakingly slow at first.

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