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  1. Murray's Olive Oil Quick View

    Murray's Olive Oil

    $10.99/EA
    It's big, it's good, and it's a bargain. The folks at Divina cold-press olives grown in select locations in California and across the Mediterranean to create a blend that is an excellent choice for dipping, salads, and all your cooking needs. Read More
  2. New Primcipatio Rogue Rice Quick View

    Primcipatio Rogue Rice

    $13.99/EA
    East of Turin in the fertile Po River Valley (home to Grana Padano, too!) is the 12th century estate of Principato di Lucedio. Monks introduced and developed the process of cultivating rice here in the 15th century. Using water from local rivers, the monks created canals that flooded the fields and protected the rice during peak growing times. The estate had numerous owners over the years and the cultivation of rice continued.  Most recently, in 1937, Count Paolo Cavalli d’Olivola bought the estate.  His daughter, Contessa Rosetta Clara Cavalli d’Olivola currently oversees production at Lucedio with her son Paolo.  Read More
  3. New Fruition Chocolate Quick View

    Fruition Chocolate

    $12.99/EA
    Small-batch, bean-to-bar chocolates made in a Catskill Mountains chocolate workshop—not by elves, but by one, Bryan Graham, who’s had a passion for chocolate and incredible food since he was a lad. He learned the basics from his grandmother and put in his time as a pastry chef, studying at the CIA and as an apprentice to Jaques Torres—i.e., the man knows a thing or two about a thing or two when it comes to sweet things. He’s devoted his life to making the world a more chocolatey place and we thank him for it. Read More
  4. New Gordy's Pickles Quick View

    Gordy's Pickles

    $15.99/EA
    We’re suckers for these crispy, brine-y, vibrant pickles. These babies are packed by hand every day by Sheila Fain and Sarah Gordon, who put in 15-hour days, and do everything to ensure a great product: from slicing to canning to taping up boxes. No detail is ignored—spice to dice—and the proof is in the pickle. Try: Thai Jalapeno and Sweet Chips Read More
  5. New Raincoast Crisps Quick View

    Raincoast Crisps

    $10.99/EA
    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
  6. Herdade do Esporao Olive Oil Quick View

    Herdade do Esporao Olive Oil

    $19.99/EA
    Produced from Portugal's finest Alentejo groves, this extra virgin olive oil is spicy with a full-bodied flavor of green apples. Drizzle over cold salads or use to dress grilled vegetables. Read More
  7. Doce de Tomate (Tomato Jam) Quick View

    Doce de Tomate (Tomato Jam)

    $10.99/EA
    Sweetened tomato with a touch of cinnamon is a perfect companion for softer goat cheeses or the gooey thistle rennet cheeses of Spain and Portugal. Read More
  8. Spicy Garlic Pickles Quick View

    McClure's
    Spicy Garlic Pickles

    $12.99/EA
    Made across the East River in Brooklyn by Slow Food supporters, the McClure Brothers, these spicy spears are a combination of fresh, local produce and crisp brine--these babies will blow the lids off your tastebuds! Read More
  9. Garlic Dill Pickles Quick View

    McClure's
    Garlic Dill Pickles

    $12.99/EA
    Made locally in Brooklyn, and Slow Food supporters, the McClure Brothers make these crispy pickles with local produce and WOW are they tasty. Read More

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