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Gourmet News Winter Fancy Food Show Special Issue

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JANUARY 2020 n SPECIAL SHOW ISSUE Continued on Page 112 Twelve years ago, Patrick and Vincent Ricchiuti, rep- resenting the third-and-fourth generation of Ricchiuti Family Farms, sought out to further diversify their agricultural business. Through industry research conducted by the University California Davis Olive Center, they discov- What Makes ENZO Olive Oil Company Unique? Continued on Page 112 D e B r a n d Chocolate Art Boxes are hand- crafted, exception- ally unique edible masterpieces. One of the newest additions to DeBrand's collection of Chocolate Art Boxes is Draped in Gold. This box is ele- DeBrand Chocolate Art Boxes Continued on Page 118 Mooney Farms and the Bella Sun Luci brand, which blazed the trail for the California sun dried tomato market over 30 years ago, is introducing an exciting new product to its line-up, Plant-Based Tomato Jerky. This new vegan, plant-based jerky Bella Sun Luci Launches New Plant-Based Jerky Continued on Page 118 Specialty food maker Stonewall Kitchen expands with the addi- tion of Vermont Village, maker of fine apple sauces and apple cider vinegar products. The company's high-quality offer- ings and New England roots make the acquisition a natural fit for Stonewall Kitchen, which has been Stonewall Kitchen Welcomes Vermont Village Continued on Page 116 Jake, a fourth- g e n e r a t i o n member of the Jasper Family, is proud to contin- ue the farming traditions of his great-grand- father that have been passed down for over 70 years. Since 1948, a commitment to quality and innovation has propelled many Jake's Nut Roasters Almonds G OURMET N EW T H E B U S I N E S S N E W S P A P E R F O R T H E G O U R M E T I N D U S - ® Continued on Page 112 Health ben- efits and clean ingre- dients are key drivers of consumer pur- chase decisions; transparency about ingre- dient sources, rBST-free milk and health claims have become standard across the deli case. Today's consumers are also push- ing companies to address sustainability Sustainability in the Deli Case Continued on Page 118 Continued on Page 110 By Nicholas B u d n i e w s k i , S e n i o r C o p y w r i t e r , Elmhurst 1925 Oat milk has officially broken coffee. Cafés everywhere have been infiltrated by a "bor- ing" whole grain gone cool. Who saw that Oat Creamers from Elmhurst An interview with Joseph Miglia, General Manager, Novacart GN: What kind of prod- ucts does Novacart have to offer? JM: Novacart manufactures bakeable Bakeable Packaging from Novacart Continued on Page 114 This Saves Lives is a snack bar company on a mission to end child mal- nutrition worldwide. Co- Founders Kristen Bell, Ryan Devlin, Todd Grinnell and Ravi Patel believe all children, no matter what their circumstances, deserve the opportunity to This Saves Lives: Snacks That Give Back BOOTH #1442 BOOTH #5964 BOOTH #5327 BOOTH #5378 BOOTH #2327 BOOTH #155 BOOTH #5135 BOOTH #5974 Continued on Page 114 An interview with Lauren DiSanza, Brand Manager, Las O l a s Confections and Snacks. GN: Tell our readers about Las Olas Las Olas Confections and Snacks BOOTH #6163 Continued on Page 112 Monti Trentini cheeses are made in the heart of the Dolomite Mountains in the Trentino Province of Italy. The cream- ery's name literally means "the Trentino's Mountains," and it was there that the Finco family decided to start their dairy in 1925, just after the conclusion of World War I. The Meaning of Monti Trentini's Name BOOTH #1735 Continued on Page 118 Vertullo Imports sources high quali- ty specialty items from all over the world, leveraging longstanding supplier relationships and robust networks. While the company truly is all over the map, a high concentration of its items are sourced from Italy. To ensure Vertullo Imports: Sourcing the Finest Italian BOOTH #2345

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