by Hammond’s Candies
Denver-based candy maker Hammond’s Candies
purchased 100 year-old McCraw’s Candies earlier
this year. McCraw’s old-fashioned taffy rounds out
Hammond’s existing line of nostalgic confections
by balancing the seasonality of their existing
business and adding a different style of candy to
their assortment. Hammond’s, which has a kosher
facility, celebrates its 90th anniversary this year.
Pictured is one of Hammonds’ customer favorites –
Mitchell Sweets, made of marshmallow covered in
Weeping Mary’s Ghost Pepper Peanuts
by Bertie County Peanuts, Powell & Stokes, Inc.
Weeping Mary’s Ghost Pepper Peanuts are made
with Ghost Pepper, a truly hot pepper that Bertie
County Peanuts combines with the smoky heat of
Habanera peppers and the sweet heat of paprika.
When one of their taste testers cried after experiencing the intense heat of the new peanuts, the
company knew it had the beginnings of a perfect
name. Bertie County Weeping Mary’s Ghost Pepper
Peanuts come packaged in Bertie County Peanuts’
signature plastic recyclable jars and are available
in 10- and 30-ounce sizes.
by Frontier Soups
Frontier Soups™ is making available a versatile clip
strip for an eye-catching display in the soup aisle
or for cross-marketing in produce, dairy or meat sections. The sturdy black enameled metal strip is $3 for
retailers and holds 12 Homemade-in-Minutes gourmet
soup mixes or Party Starter Mix™ Meal Maker and Dip
Mixes. The strip has a Frontier Soups logo header and
can hang from shelves or end caps. All Frontier Soups
mixes are all natural with no added salt, preservatives
or MSG, and many gluten free options are available.
All soups come with easy-to-follow recipes, and home
cooks add fresh and pantry ingredients to perfectly
seasoned dry ingredients for homemade taste. The
gourmet soup mixes include 31 gluten free varieties.