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  1. Candy Apples

    ’Apply Ever After

    October 23, 2014

    This Halloween, set up a candy apple bar and let your guests create their own unique apple pop! It’s a fun way to enjoy a candy apple your way, with less mess ( you can shove the whole thing in your mouth and keep the caramel where you want it, not on your face or the floor). Each member of our team created their own unique creation. Try them all!

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  2. Coco-Roons

    Cuckoo for Coco-Roons

    October 21, 2014

    Here comes a delicious snack food that aren't too sweet, but will satisfy that sweet tooth in a really good way. Coco-Roons Wonderfully Raw Gourmet Delights come in varieties like Lemon Pie, Vanilla Maple, and Brownie. They’re organic and gluten-free, and will be a hit at home, the office, and with the school lunch crowd.

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  3. Ambrosia

    A is for Ambrosia

    October 21, 2014

    The Ambrosia apple really lives up to its name: Food of the gods!

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  4. pumpkin bars

    Raising the Bar

    October 20, 2014

    Try our Nugget Markets pumpkin bars for a rich taste of the season. Made with our pumpkin filling on a delicious crumbly crust and topped with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg, our pumpkin bars are a guest favorite and a truly special addition to your holiday menu or gathering.

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  5. Goan Coconut

    Maya's Kitchen

    October 15, 2014

    Enjoy home-cooked flavors with authentic Indian simmer sauces from Maya's Kaimal. Create your own favorite Indian dishes right in your own home, with ease and convenience. In varieties like goan coconut, Jalfezi curry, Kashmiri curry, tikka masala, butter masala and madras curry, these simmer sauces only need your favorite protein or vegetable and some simmer time, and you’ve got a delicious meal ready to serve.

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  6. Japanese Sweet Potato

    The Other Sweet Potato

    October 13, 2014

    The organic, locally grown Japanese sweet potato is a unique alternative to its American cousin. These locally grown, organic Japanese sweet potatoes are red skinned or purple skinned with a yellow-white flesh that’s sweeter than its American counterpart. With its dry nature and mild chestnut flavor, the Japanese sweet potato is delicious fried, mashed, roasted and sliced thin for sweet potato chips.

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  7. Field Guide, Issue 17

    Fall Field Guide in Stores Now!

    October 13, 2014

    Autumn is here and so is our 2014 Fall Field Guide, our free publication that celebrates this time of year.

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  8. pumpkin beers

    Great Pumpkins

    October 12, 2014

    First brewed by English colonists in the New World during the 18th century, pumpkin ales are usually a rich amber to orange color, with a nice biscuit-like maltiness and a pumpkin aroma. Some are made with actual pumpkin with others achieve flavor with pumpkin pie spices. We’ve got several pumpkin beers for you to enjoy, including selections from Blue Moon, Dogfish Head, Samuel Adams, Coronado, Almanac, and Buffalo Bill’s (which tastes exactly like a slice of pumpkin pie). The Almanac Barrel-Aged Pumpkin Barleywine might be our most unique, made from California-grown pumpkins and aged in wood barrels for added flavor.

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  9. Ciders

    The Cider House Rules

    October 10, 2014

    Common Cider Co.’s Lemon Saison and Hibiscus Saison are two of the most unique and interesting ciders on the market. This small, local producer is committed to making intriguing, well-crafted flavored beverages, and these ciders are extremely food friendly or great on their own. These ciders are made with organic hibiscus and lemon with real cane sugar, and they’re fermented with a strain of yeast that’s typically used for specialty beers, adding another layer of flavor and depth to the product.

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  10. The Honest Company

    Honest to Goodness

    October 8, 2014

    Oh, baby!  Honest Company's baby products are developed by parents for parents and their little ones.

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