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  1. Matiz Sardines Quick View

    Matiz Sardines

    When it comes to fish in cans, Spaniards do it better. These delicate sardines from Galicia taste almost as good as fish straight off the grill, and don't have any of the oily or salty finish that makes other sardines so unpleasant. Moist and tender, they are tasty enough to eat all by themselves, but would add flavor to any pasta sauce, salad, or sandwich that calls for a hint of the sea. Read More
  2. Bazzini Pistachios Quick View

    Bazzini Pistachios

    Still in the shell, they prevent you from eating too many. Though their salt keeps your hand reaching for more. Ingredients: pistachios, salt. Read More
  3. Urban Oven Crackers Quick View

    Urban Oven Crackers

    There’s no denying that the world is full of flakes, so imagine our relief when we found this sturdy place to rest our cheese. Read More
  4. Early Bird Granola Quick View

    Early Bird Granola

    Available exclusively in Manhattan at Murray's Cheese, this new granola is slow roasted in small batches in Brooklyn, NY by friend of Murray's Nekisia Davis. Read More
  5. Sir Kensington's Mayonnaise Quick View

    Sir Kensington's Mayonnaise

    Dress your sandwich like the very model of the modern major general with silky smooth mayonnaise from Sir Kensington. Made with all natural ingredients such as cage free eggs, ground mustard seed and fresh lemon juice, it’s good on everything from vegetables to animals to minerals. Read More
  6. Raincoast Crisps Quick View

    Raincoast Crisps

    A cracker that can hold its own; that’s what we asked for and that’s what we got. Made by Leslie Stowe in Vancouver, Canada, these hearty, sturdy crisps are baked in small batches, with so much goodness, we can’t keep our favorite cheeses and dips away from them. Read More
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    Firehook Crackers

    The first American crackers are said to have been invented in 1792 when Theodore Pearson of Newburyport, Massachusetts made a bread product from just flour and water that he called Pearson's Pilot Bread. It was an immediate success with sailors because of its shelf life. This was the first cracker bakery in the United States, and produced crackers for more than a century. These crackers do not contain preservatives or artificial ingredients and have a shorter shelf life than many other crackers. For this reason Firehook makes each batch of crackers after their order has been received to ensure freshness. Read More
  8. Sir Kensington's Gourmet Scooping Ketchup Quick View

    Sir Kensington's Gourmet Scooping Ketchup

    Tired of the drab flavor of ordinary ketchups? Liven up your meats with this purposefully seasoned original made from vine-ripened tomato puree and sweetened with a combination of agave nectar, honey, and brown sugar. Further spiced with coriander, allspice, onions, lime juice, cayenne, and chipotle peppers, it adds a satisfying punch (but not mouthwatering fire) to burgers, sausages and dogs alike. Read More
  9. French Green Olives with Herb Quick View

    French Green Olives with Herb

    Fresh, unpasteurized French olives marinated with a medley of Provencal herbs: basil, thyme, rosemary, sage, marjoram and savory. Bright green and briny with a lovely bouquet! Read More

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