The Bouchard Family has always had a farm in Fort Kent, Maine and been proud of it. During a particularly difficult year, the family came up with the idea that could help the farm. Inspired by boxed beignet mix from Louisiana, they decided to try their hand at creating a ploye boxed mix. Continue reading “All In The Family” »
Let’s face it, kids aren’t always the easiest people to please. They can be very picky with their food, and refuse to eat the healthy foods that parents want them to eat. When nutritional meals don’t work, junk food often becomes a problem in a household. So, what do you do if the traditional “Here comes the airplane!” trick doesn’t work? FunBites is the perfect solution.
FunBites was created by Bobbie Rhoads as a solution to get her own two children, Jackie and Dylan, to eat their meals. Most kids don’t want to eat something that they think is good for them or healthy. You kinda have to make the food interesting for them; it’s tricking someone in the most positive way possible.
That’s why Rhoads decided to create a tool that cuts food into fun, bite-sized pieces for kids to enjoy. Not only does each FunBites cutter dice the food, it also cuts them into fun and unique shapes! From small cubes to hearts and even bones, FunBites make eating food fun again!
Many businesses can claim a long history, but not many can claim a history as prominent as the Old Original Bookbinder’s Restaurant.
From 1865 when it was established until 2009 — when it packed up shop and moved its original location to Richmond, Virginia — Bookbinder’s has been a staple of the signature flavor of Philadelphia seafood cuisine.
The original restaurant, located dockside on the Delaware River in Philadelphia, was established by entrepreneur Samuel Bookbinder. After the business was sold to John Taxin during the Great Depression, it ventured into other endeavors, and in the 1970s, a foods division was created. This division packed and sold the famous flavors of the restaurant through convenient take home products to be sold in grocery stores nationwide. Thus, Bookbinder Specialties was born.
Bookbinder Specialties sells a wide range of famous Old Original Bookbinder’s seafood delicacies, such as chowders, soups, sauces, breadcrumbs, seasonings, and more!
There’s nothing quite like a steaming hot bowl of soup on a cold day, especially when you’re stuck inside from the bitter cold, or dreary rain. If you have customers that are soup lovers, then you’re in luck. Bookbinder sells an impressive variety of original soup flavors.
Ever had Butternut Squash & Mushroom Soup? This delicious blend of velvety organic butternut squash and fresh mushrooms is perfect during the Autumn months, or all year round! It’s all-natural, gluten-free, GMO-free, and vegetarian, so no matter what your customers’ dietary restrictions are, they’ll be pleased with this soup.
If you’d like a little more meat in your soup, take a look at the Snapper Soup. This soup is the #1 selling snapper soup in the U.S., and is made from premium snapping turtle meat and sherry wine. It’s a rich, thick, gravy-like soup that’s sure to delight any and all soup-lovers!
It wouldn’t be a true seafood restaurant if they didn’t serve seafood chowders. Luckily, Bookbinder’s has the most delicious chowders around.
Their signature New England Clam Chowder is their most popular chowder, and for good reason! This creamy and flavorful chowder is loaded with fresh potatoes and clams, and is all-natural, as well as gluten-free!
If you’re looking for a little more spice in your chowder, try the Southwestern Clam Chowder. In addition to potatoes and clams, this chowder features sweet corn, red and green bell peppers, and southwest seasoning. It’s chowder with attitude!
Breadcrumbs & Seasoning
If you have customers that love to make their own seafood creations, then they’ll be interested in the breadcrumbs and seasoning spice from Bookbinder’s.
For breadcrumbs, Bookbinder’s offers two varieties: the original seafood breadcrumbs and the Hot N’ Spicy Breadcrumbs. Both combine citric flavors, with breadcrumbs and cornmeal to transform any seafood dinner into a five-star meal!
Need some seasoning to spice up a crab cake or steamed shrimp? Use Bookbinder’s Crab & Shrimp Seasoning. This blend of herbs and spices will transform any seafood dish into a deliciously concocted masterpiece! It’s blended with red and black pepper, paprika, mustard, and thyme.
Bookbinder’s Specialties isn’t shy about its rich history of delicious seafood meals and legendary status as one of the premier destinations for seafood meals in the Northeast. Choose them today, and supply your customers with authentic, delicious, all-natural seafood meals!
Located in Fargo, North Dakota — an area of the U.S. that might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of salsa — WildMoon Enterprises LLC makes a variety of delicious salsas flavors. These include the traditional Red Salsa, a Luna Salsa (a tomatillo-based salsa), and a Corn Salsa.
Each one of these flavors perfectly blends the right amount of spices together to create one of the most flavorful salsas on the market!
Check out WildMoon Enterprises LLC and their delicious WildMoon Salsas today, and give your customers something spicy to munch on!
If you’re a store owner who carries refrigerated goods, you need reliable and fantastic equipment. There’s nothing worse than reaching for a soda at a gas station, or a package of ground meat, and discovering that it hasn’t been properly chilled. Gross!
With Zero Zone refrigeration systems, you’ll never have to worry about not having properly refrigerated goods ever again!
History Of The Company
Zero Zone got its start in 1961, when George Johnson, Duke Wegner, and K Hirata began to pursue their dreams of starting their own business. They pledged to build the best freezers in the business at a competitive price, and with their 50 years of combined refrigeration experience, they set up shop in a rented dairy barn in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.
The three men built the refrigerant cases themselves, using the finest quality raw materials that they could find, and then went out and sold their products to local people in the area.
Today, they are highly regarded as one of the leading innovators of energy-efficient glass doors for refrigerated and frozen food display cases. They work every day to maximize product visibility, extend product shelf-life, reduce environmental impact, save energy, and make sure the customer is getting the best ROI to its customers.
Zero Zone has refrigerations units for every size and style need. In their reach-in-coolers collection, they offer these size doors: 24″ x 74,” 30″ x 74,” 24″ x 63,” 30″ x 63,” 30″ x 72,” and 24″ x 63.” They also have units with French Doors and their unique CoolView doors, which can save you up to 84% annually in energy savings. These CoolView doors also can reduce product shrink by 50%, have 35% more facings for a better view of the products, and a 25% increase in product packout.
For their reach-in-freezers, Zero Zone provides the same quality product as their reach-in-coolers, which is a step above the rest of the competition. Their reach-in-freezers come in these sizes: 30″ x 74,” 30″ x 63,” 30″ x 72,” and 24″ x 63″ doors.
And it’s not just freezers and refrigerators that Zero Zone sells; they also have a great selection of refrigeration systems, for both commercial and industrial use.
The commercial refrigerations systems are available as Parallel Rack Systems, Distributed Refrigeration Systems, Condensing Unit Skids, Electrical Mechanical Centers, Electrical Distribution Systems, CO2 Refrigeration Systems, and Glycol Refrigeration Systems.
For the industrial refrigeration systems, they offer Industrial Refrigeration Equipment, Industrial Chiller Systems, Ice Rink Chiller Systems, Industrial Refrigeration Controls, Electrical Mechanical Centers, Electrical Distribution Systems, and CO2 Refrigeration Systems.
Zero Zone knows refrigeration systems, and they’ve got the legacy and experience to prove it. Check out their awesome products today!
Ever dipped your fries in ketchup, or squeezed it on top of a burger and thought, “man, this is good. But it needs a little extra kick of something!”
Spiceitup! Jalapeno Ketchup fulfills that need for some extra spice in your food. Created by Ben Drum in West Texas, Spiceitup! is a new take on a classic condiment. Discovered by dipping a jalapeno pepper in ketchup, Drum knew this was a flavor that needed to be shared with the world!
The company mostly sells the original Spiceitup! Jalapeno Ketchup, but they also have dusting salts, including Garlic & Pepper, and Jalapeno flavors. If your customers are fans of bloody marys, they can spice that up as well, with their Bloody Jalapeno Mix!
They quickly grew their bakery in Wisconsin into the largest hand-decorating specialty bakery in the U.S., making traditional European treats such as Petits Fours, Dobosh Tortes and flavorful chocolates.
Customers will love the desserts made by Swiss Colony Retail Brands! Check out their products, and see why they’ve received a Superior Rating from the American Institute of Bakery (AIB) for eight consecutive years!