These small-batch, handcrafted preserves display the best of whatever is in season. The fruit is sourced directly from Michigan farmers, many of whom work to keep generations-old varieties of fruits alive and tasting better than ever. It tastes good and feels good.
Started in 2009 by Brooklynite Laena McCarthy, Anarchy in a Jar is a diverse line of preserves that are sure to float your boat. McCarthy grew up making traditional preserves with her family in the Hudson Valley and only uses produce from local farms for each handmade batch. Indeed, the revolution starts in your mouth.
The Missouri family behind Askinosie has dedicated themselves not only to making some of the coolest chocolate bars out there, but are partnering with schools at home and abroad to do philanthropic work at the same time. They want to change the world through chocolate, and their Malted Milk will convince you this is possible.
This family-owned goat dairy makes some of the best caramels you'll ever eat. Louisa and Lucas make sure you can know the story behind these sweets-- that you get the "big picture." You can practically taste the Vermont grass.