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"Old Red" Salt Blend

The blends are a mix of fruits, nuts, herbs and vegetables that are sourced directly from farms around the Central Coast. This region is one of the largest agricultural areas in the United States, which allows Big Sur Salts to source and use the freshest ingredients available. That being said, the Central Coast is one of the only locations on the planet where this can be done to such high quality.

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Fortuna Chocolate

Sourced directly from individual growers in Mexico and hand-roasted in Boulder, Colorado, this single estate cacao is fermented and dried by each grower ensuring sophisticated flavor profiles and building upon thousands of years of traditional techniques. Fortuna Chocolate collaborates with Mayan growers at two single estates in a region of southwestern Mexico known as Xoconusco - an area that is highly prized among chefs the world over. Each estate uses different shade trees resulting in a unique combination of wild yeasts in the air during the fermentation process, adding complexity to every harvest. 

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Patricia Alemdar

The mission of Wondergrain is to educate the public on the health benefits and versatility of sorghum - an ancient grain healthy and versatile with no GMO's and gluten-free.  The company's hope is to bring variety as well as innovation to the homes and restaurants across America through packaging the grain as a consumer friendly product, made with a premium, softer bite and fast cooking time. Despite being used by civilizations for generations, it is only now gaining popularity thanks to it's versatile nature and healthy association. 

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