GUIDE: National

Snacks Fit for Foodies

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    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. READ REVIEW

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    Chelsea Market Baskets

    Driven by a passion for finding high-quality, innovative products and carefully working them into exquisite preparations, Chelsea Market Baskets has perfected their take on the gift basket tradition with a smorgasbord of indulgences from around the world. READ REVIEW

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    Copper Pot & Wooden Spoon

    If it’s wrong to add booze into jams—or jam into your booze—then the artisan foods producers at Copper Pot and Wooden Spoon don’t want to be right. READ REVIEW

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    Creminelli Fine Meats

    When Italian tradition and technique meets American innovation, deliciousness ensues. Creminelli salami is made by hand from all natural, vegetarian-fed, heritage-breed Duroc hogs that are never treated with antibiotics or kept in confinement. READ REVIEW

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    Danny Macaroons

    Dan Cohen started selling his artisanal macaroons to New York City coffee shops in 2010, but when Bergdorf Goodman started carrying his handmade coconut goodies, his brand really took off. READ REVIEW

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    Di Bruno Bros.

    The name Di Bruno might be iconic in Philadelphia, but you don't need to live in the City of Brotherly Love to feast on their incredible array of meats or hundreds of rare artisan cheeses. READ REVIEW

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    Early Bird Foods & Co.

    The secret to good granola? “I put olive oil in everything,” Nekisia Davis told the New York Times, and we have no intention of trying to stop her. READ REVIEW

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    Enstrom's Toffee

    Enstrom’s Almond Toffee, has been hailed by the New York Times as the “gold standard” of toffee. READ REVIEW

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    Farm to People

    Founded by entrepreneurial father-son duo David and Michael Robinov, the online grocer Farm to People is dedicated to making it easier for people to buy from small-batch artisan producers and farmers. READ REVIEW


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