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Ariel + Brian

A&B American Style make condiments based on chili peppers. All-natural, with no sugar or preservatives, the company utilizes fresno chilies grown on the roof of their Brooklyn warehouse and enhances the sauces with additional flavors like habanero, garlic, onions and other aromatics. A&B American Style are dedicated to effecting real change in the world through their company, creating jobs that people way, innovative solutions that don't yet exist and improving the way Americans eat.

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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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Ayako Gordon

A product born from a rich foundation of sharing food with community, Ayako & Family aims to brighten your pantry with a small jar of love. A Tokyo native and now long-time Seattle resident, Ayako cherishes the time spent around the dinner table. In the summer of 2010, she founded her company, partnering with Japanese organic farmer Katsumi Taki to bring the rarest of European and Asiatic plum varieties to the pantries of preserves lovers around the globe. Hand selecting her fruit in small batches, the nuances of each flavor become clear, changing the perception of the plum and leading inspiring food sharing of your own.

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Scott Norton + Mark Ramadan

Busting onto the scene in 2008 as a challenger to the American institution of Heinz Ketchup, Sir Kensington has issued a declaration that condiments are as worthy of being a part of the food revolution as anything else. And revolutionize the condiment industry they have! Paving the way for countless artisans and food entrepreneurs to actualize their dreams, Sir Kensington is a shining example of what following your passion can produce.

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Amy + John Gaw

Living on the East Coast next to the ocean, Amy was struck one day why she wasn't harvesting her own salt straight from the sea! After a few attempts, Amy and John now harvest their own Atlantic Ocean sea salt to use in everything form baking to cooking and cocktails to bottling and selling. Keep reading to explore the story of these two local creators and their philosophy towards their craft.

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Hierloom Cranberry Beans

Produced by nature and cultivated by world cultures through thousands of years, heirloom beans are untouched by genetic sciences or modern technology. These beans were first bred in Colombia before finding their way up to North America and across the globe. Used in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, Cranberry beans are plump and pale pink with maroon markings. 

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