Guittard Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips
Make some decadent chocolate chip cookies with these superbly crafted artisan chips. This San Francisco company got its start in the late 1800's when Etienne Guittard ventured from France to try his hand at mining for gold. Guittard started by trading chocolate for mining supplies. He soon realized that his fortune lay in chocolate rather than ore. Click here for recipes.
They call this product a “Salad Snack” claiming that they’ve locked in all the nutrition of a veggie and are serving it up as a tasty snack. We agree that this healthy snack satisfies our salty/crunchy urge while giving us a dose of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. What’s not to like about that?
This British tea company was started in a shop in Manchester in 1869 and has been brewing delicious teas ever since. The tea bags are a pyramid shape. The unique shape acts like a miniature teapot, giving the leaves more room to move. Though an old company, PG tips stays currents with the green movement and ensures that all of its tea suppliers meet high sustainability standards. Click here to see PG tips’ crazy sock monkey mascot make tea.
A J Stephans Ginger Beer
The website claims that A J Stephans makes the finest elixirs and mixers in New England. If their ginger beer is any indication of this, we believe it! Sweetened with only pure cane sugar, this traditional brew is gingery, citrusy and has a nice bite. Click here for a few drink recipes.
This iconic snack has been around for five decades. Certainly you remember putting bugles on all your fingertips and maybe a couple as fangs and terrorizing (or annoying) one of your siblings. Or was that just us?
Peanut Butter & Co.
We’ve added to our Peanut Butter & Co. line-up—Smooth Operator, Crunch Time and the Bee’s Knees, which is the perfect combination of peanut butter and honey.