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  • 360 Cookware

    After putting these pots and pans through rigorous tests, Prevention magazine proclaimed: “More flavorful meals with less fat and in less time.” Enough said.

  • 479 Degrees Popcorn

    Forget those nasty bags of stale movie popcorn and dig into this addictive all-natural popcorn with an exotic twist. This popcorn is Oscar-worthy.

  • A+R

    “... a sophisticated (and often humorous) collection that ranges from Danish laboratory drinking glasses to a Czech porcelain Wellington boot vase.” —Metropolitan Home

  • American Heirloom

    Producing custom cutting boards in all 50 state shapes, AHeirloom have grown their fledgling Etsy shop into a business that has been featured in national media, and have even expanded their collection to include a full line of personalized gifts and housewares. Every board is made-to-order in the USA with strong, eco-friendly bamboo FSC-certified hardwoods.

  • Askinosie Chocolate

    Built on a model of bean-to-bar and direct trade, the operation is the passion project of the Askinosie family, who dove into the chocolate-making business in 2005 and never looked back.

  • BLiS

    Grant Achatz of Alinea fame, named BLiS as one of his top picks in Saveur magazine’s “Chef’s 100 picks for 2011”

  • Bake Me a Wish

    Can you name a special occasion that isn’t made better by cake? Thanks to Bake Me a Wish, you've got over 24 cake flavors to choose from, including carrot, German chocolate, New York cheesecake, and various crumb cakes.

  • Barrington Coffee

    Lee, MA can now be added to the list of the best places for coffee thanks to Barrington Coffee, a small batch roaster that’s been committed to quality, sustainable coffee—sourced directly from the world’s finest farms—for over 20 years.

  • Big Picture Farm

    What's better than farm fresh milk? Candy made from farm fresh milk. And that’s what Big Picture Farm specializes in.

  • Blissful Brownies

    Using a recipe she began developing in a cooking class she enrolled in when she was just nine years old, FitzSimons has built her rapidly expanding business around a singularly fudgy, rich, and velvety brownie.