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Spanish Rosemary Sea Salt

After years of making his own blends of sea salts with spices and herbs, HEPPS' founder Brian was determined to share his passion with food lovers across the country. This ingredient is one of his original creations. A natural blend between sea salt and locally sourced, fresh cut rosemary, the aroma alone will whisk you away to the Mediterranean! 

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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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Hard Red Winter Wheat Linguine

Made of Whole Grain Hard Red Winter Wheat, noted for its full-bodied nutty flavor this Linguine has surprisingly delicate texture and great durability. Hard Red Winter Wheat is traditionally planted in the fall providing it a richer flavor but retaining its properties as an excellent source of protein, dietary fibers, manganese and selenium. 

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Cranberry Bean + Tomato Crostino

Not sure how the weather is where you are, but here at The FareTrade HQ, it is pouring sheets of rain. We're cozying up with a warm and comforting crostino from Chef Michael Fiorelli featuring American-made artisan ingredients from Zürsun Idaho Heirloom Beans and Jar Goods. Smothered with some fresh whipped ricotta + a little preserved lemon to brighten it all up, we're ready to relax and listen to the sounds of the rain.

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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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