Keep checking out our growing list of unique and wonderful snacks and other dried goods. They include:
grow in the temperate and lush Willamette Valley of western Oregon. Freddy Guys' Filberts is a family-run hazelnut orchard owned and operated by Barb and Fritz Foulke. These award-winning nuts are hand packed immediately after harvest. They are cracked and roasted frequently so they remain fresh.
If you are going to substitute a meal do it with a healthy product!
from Kansas are hand-crafted in a small production
kitchen on a third-generation family farm. They use all natural ingredients
including brown rice syrup (no corn syrup) and stone-ground flour from a
local mill, one of only four mills in the USA to produce flour in this way.
Stone grinding is a 'cooler' way to grind with less friction, so
micro-nutrients are preserved rendering a more nutritious flour. The bars
are made with Turkey Red Wheat. This hard red winter wheat originates from
the original seed that was brought to Kansas in the 1870s by Mennonite
farmers from the Crimean peninsula in Russia. Turkey red wheat is descended
from the first wheat brought to Kansas.
No additives or preservatives are added and absolutely nothing is taken out
of the grain.
come from the Kiva Orchard, the organic fruit and vegetable farm of High Dessert Foods located in Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in Southwest Colorado, a land that has supported human inhabitants for over 1,000 years. Organic farming methods, combined with the high desert region's microclimate of cool nights and hot summer days, its sandy clay loam soil, and irrigation with snowmelt from nearby mountains, produce fruits and vegetables that are supremely flavorful.
come from Clayton’s, and are made from sweet, pesticide free fruits. Varieties include: Strawberry Rhubarb,
Cranberry Conserve and
come from Clayton’s, and are made from an assortment of Homemade, Cool Breeze, National Pickling, and Ruth's cucumbers. Varieties include:
Dill Green Beans and Dill Relish.
Clayton’s Heirloom Tomato varieties include
Mild Red Salsa,
Yellow Salsa and
Tomato varieties in the Mild Red Salsa include
Red Brandywine (the first true "heirloom " tomato as far as tomato heads are concerned);
Hillbilly (West Virginia);
Hungarian Heart (Budapest);
Lucky Leprechaun (Ireland);
Swiss Alpine (Switzerland);
Black From Tula (Ukraine);
Black Krim (Russsia);
Cherokee Purple (Tennessee);
Cosmonaut Volka (Russia);
Chalks Early Jewel;
Anna Russian (Russian);