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Home Town is Harris Teeter’s way of showing our neighborly side. 

It’s much more than a smile and courteous service though. It’s a way of doing business. 

One that benefits the local economy, local institutions and local people. It’s a state of mind.

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Ever since W.T. Harris and W.L. Teeter got together, the focus has been on people: as customers and as neighbors. As Harris Teeter grew as a business, the philosophy of community support also grew, each new store bringing a new neighborhood to serve as a grocer and as a community member. This spirit has shown up in everything from local sports, to education, to regionally sourced products, to jobs, to food banks, to disaster relief, to helping U.S. service men and women…the list goes on and on. When it comes to being a good neighbor, the possibilities are limitless.


Inspired by a photo safari in South Africa, Blue Rhino® came to life. A national distribution network was constructed, retailer partnerships were established, and a new brand was born. Today, Blue Rhino propane tanks are available in more than 50,000 retail locations across the United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. And Blue Rhino is still headquartered in Winston Salem, NC.

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Cheerwine is a one-of-a-kind soft drink with a unique cherry taste that has been delighting southerners for more than a century. Cheerwine was first created in 1917 in Salisbury, NC by a general store owner named LD Peeler. Today the company is prospering as it celebrates over 100 years in business. Cheerwine remains a family-owned business still operated by descendants of the company’s founder.

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Duke’s legacy began in 1917 when Eugenia Duke of Greenville, South Carolina, sold sandwiches spread with her homemade mayonnaise to soldiers stationed at Camp Sevier. Eugenia’s sandwiches quickly became the talk of the town, and everyone agreed that her distinctive mayonnaise was the key to Eugenia’s tasty sandwiches. People throughout the Carolinas shared Duke’s Mayonnaise with their friends and family, and today people all over the United States regard Duke’s as the secret to great food. Duke’s Mayonnaise is still made in Eugenia Duke’s hometown of Greenville, South Carolina, at a plant that produces over 250 of the classic 32-ounce jars per minute.

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Lance® was born out of a true entrepreneurial spirit when, in 1913, founder Philip L. Lance got stuck with 500 pounds of raw peanuts. Instead of backing out of his deal, the Charlotte, NC food broker had a revelation: roast and sell the nuts for a nickel a bag. The freshly roasted peanuts were an immediate success and Philip Lance was inspired to expand his line to include peanut butter. After that he was on his way. Today, that sort of innovative passion is alive and well with Lance® employees, such as those who embarked on an initiative to achieve working towards zero-waste-to-landfill. That’s the sort of Home Town spirit we love to see!

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For 125 years, we have picked herbs and spices at the peak of freshness and sealed in all of that flavor for delicious meals that your family will love. And we back each McCormick product with our Fresh Flavor Guarantee.


By respecting the land and our relationships with suppliers, employees and the communities where we live and work, we strive to bring the world sought-after flavors of the highest quality while protecting the environment.

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At Nature's Own, we believe that anything worth doing is worth doing right. It's a standard we apply to each and every product that makes its way out of our bakeries. We feel fortunate when our products are invited into your home. We're careful about maintaining the freshness and softness that have made us America's favorite bread brand, without using artificial preservatives, colors or flavors or high fructose corn syrup.

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Since 1837 Procter & Gamble has been manufacturing trusted brands like Tide, Charmin, Bounty, Dawn, and Pampers for millions of consumers, helping them take care of their families and their homes. But did you know P&G has been our neighbor and positively impacting the Greensboro, N.C. area for over 50 years? That’s right, some of your most-loved brands like Crest, NyQuil, Secret, Old Spice and Olay are produced right here in North Carolina. P&G believes in making every day more than ordinary, and in finding small, yet meaningful ways to improve lives—now and for generations to come. 

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Family-owned and operated since 1920, Perdue has remained relentlessly committed to raising our chickens right, right here in the USA and giving consumers quality products that they can trust. Led by three generations, the Perdue family has always done things a little differently. Things like listening to our consumers, taking extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no-antibiotics-ever, or our industry-leading Commitments to Animal Care.

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Snyder’s of Hanover® (Pennsylvania) began life in 1909 as the Hanover Canning Company, producing Olde Tyme Pretzels. Snyder’s of Hanover® employees continued innovating to improve their products and facilities. Recently a team of employees have worked hard to make all three of Snyder’s of Hanover® pretzel factories certified peanut-free facilities. The thought that some people could not enjoy their snacks due to dietary restrictions was unacceptable, so employees spearheaded the transformation. Snyder's of Hanover®, owned and operated by the Charlotte based Snyder’s-Lance Company, making us home town proud

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Braswell Family Farms is a fourth-generation family farm in Nashville, NC. Braswell began as a milling operation 75 years ago and later began producing eggs in addition to poultry feed. They began supplying eggs to Harris Teeter in the 1990s. Trey Braswell, the great-grandson of the founder, continues to lead the company under the values of family, accountability, integrity, team work, and humility.

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The founder of Charleston Coffee Roasters, Lowell Grosse, has been passionately pursuing the world’s finest coffees for over 30 years.  In 2005, he founded Charleston Coffee Roasters with the mission to provide the consumer the best tasting organically grown coffees.  Every coffee is artfully roasted with passion and precision, ensuring our customers experience the same great taste cup after cup.  Our Coffee Bean Turtle on the logo represents our pledge to help our planet and local communities.

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Founded in 1995, Counter Culture Coffee is a much-loved coffee roaster dedicated to finding and bringing to market the most exciting and delicious coffees in the world. The company's vision is to pursue coffee perfection by creating partnerships dedicated to environmental, social, and fiscal sustainability throughout the coffee supply chain, improving the natural environment, and operating efficiently to minimize environmental impact.

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We at Creative Snacks Co. are living proof that success follows innovation and hard work. What started almost 10 years ago by a handful of visionaries in Greensboro, NC, now consists of people from around the world, representing a multitude of nationalities, ethnicities, and religions. We believe in the American dream and the power of making a difference in our community. It’s this common belief that drives us to make not just the best tasting, but better-for-you snacks. Real Good, Feel Good Snacks.

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We’re Committed to Bringing You Great-Tasting Dairy Product
DairyPure® knows how important it is that dairy products taste pure, fresh, and delicious. That’s why we follow the high standards of our 5-Point Purity Promise®. In addition, most of our products come from one of your trusted dairies—which you’ll see on almost any DairyPure label. This local sourcing is good for the environment, good for the local economy, and good for you!

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In 2003, East Coast Fresh held a companywide contest in an effort to create a fresh, all-natural salsa. Little did we know, that winning recipe would become one of the leading fresh salsas available in the market! Today, you can find our original mild salsa along with many of our other varieties and food products in major retail stores and local markets, and in the fresh produce department at Harris Teeter.

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Eight O’Clock® Coffee’s manufacturing team in Landover, MD conducts sustainability initiatives that contribute to the quality of our community and the lives of our neighbors. This includes a coffee composting program, eliminating more than 350,000 lbs. of coffee from local landfills. Instead, the compost is put to good use at local farms and colleges to grow produce for the community. Eight O’Clock Coffee  works with vendors to ensure materials needed for production are recyclable and do not pose downstream waste concerns. We put the motto, “Reduce, Reuse and Refuse” into action every day!

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Cargill is proud to partner with Harris Teeter in their effort to support the communities in which we operate. Through our relationship, we have been able to develop an understanding of shoppers' tastes and preferences at the store level, allowing us deliver the very best products to you. With Harris Teeter, and with you, we celebrate the kinship of community through good food, family and friends in the Home Town spirit!

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More than 20 years ago, our founders helped pioneer the organic dairy movement and became the first company to supply organic milk nationwide. We realized early on the responsibility that comes with producing food for America’s families, and our commitment to the organic movement and values like health, community and environmental stewardship has never wavered. Of course, we’ve grown up over the years, but some things haven’t changed a bit. We began with a handful of organic family farms, and family farms are still the heart of Horizon.

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It all started back in 1812 when the House family migrated from England to Newton Grove, North Carolina. The millstones for the original mill were shipped across the Atlantic from England to Wilmington, North Carolina … And then ferried up the Cape Fear River and transported by oxcart and mule team to the original mill site in Newton Grove.

Our respect for our heritage, focus on flavorful products and family driven philosophy fostered our Mission Statement: “Delivering Over 200 Years of Southern Crafted Goodness™, by Putting Families First”. After 200 years, we continue to burst with pride to help family meals become as Southern as possible. We’re grateful to all of you for inviting us to your dinner table regularly, and take a great deal of comfort in knowing we’re keeping the Southern tradition alive.

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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts was founded in 1937 by Vernon Rudolph in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Vernon began crafting his doughnuts in an old warehouse with the intention to sell directly to grocery stores, but that all changed when he realized he could sell the delicious, hot doughnuts directly to people on their daily commute. So, Vernon cut a hole in the side of the warehouse wall and started selling them to people on the sidewalk.
The hole Vernon cut in the wall did more than just allow him to sell directly to consumers. It sparked the timeless, hot doughnut experience that generations have come to know and love. Krispy Kreme is woven into the fabric of its hometown in North Carolina, but has also found its way into the communities across the United States and the globe.

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In 1969, Jimmy Dean founded the Jimmy Dean Sausage Company. He was so committed to quality that he couldn’t help but tell you about it. He often described himself as the biggest morning person who ever walked the Earth (in cowboy boots, at least). His most famous quote of all was, “You can’t change the direction of the wind. But you can adjust your sails to always reach your destination.” Words to live by. Especially when you add a pan full of Jimmy Dean sausage.

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Lawry’s is restaurant-proven flavor featuring a premium selection of unique rubs, mixes and seasoning blends for the center-of-the-plate. Once used exclusively for prime rib, from the Lawry’s Prime Rib restaurants, the Lawry’s portfolio has expanded to serve the evolving tastes of customer’s, as well as the culinary innovations of today. Chefs can be sure to find inspiration for your menu with Lawry’s, flavoring proteins made easy. 

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Lindy’s Homemade Italian Ice was born from a home kitchen, sold from a street cart, and finally (by popular demand) readily available in grocery store freezers. This delicious, frozen treat has the power to take your thoughts away to your favorite beach, amusement park, or even just a backyard sprinkler romp. Wherever you wanna go, let Lindy’s take you on a 6oz vacation.

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Luck’s originated in Seagrove, North Carolina in 1947, best known for its Pinto Beans, Great Northern Beans and Blackeye Peas, all seasoned with pork. Over the years Luck’s has remained a hometown favorite and stayed true to its southern roots.  Luck’s beans are specially seasoned and slow cooked to bring the real Southern taste that you know and love.

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Ever since T.B. Mayfield, shared his first batch of ice cream with family and friends in 1923, our passion for making only the finest quality ice cream has never wavered. Today, almost 100 years later, we’re proud to say that we still use fresh cream from our own dairy to ensure we continue to deliver the genuine Southern homemade taste beloved by generations of Southern families.

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The sense of civic enterprise at its founding has remained part of Mt. Olive’s culture for over nine decades. Mt. Olive was among the first in the nation, back in 1943, to implement a profit sharing plan. That plan is still in place today. Mt. Olive started a tuition reimbursement program in the 1950s, paying for employees to improve their education and training. When hard economic times hit the Town of Mount Olive in the early 1970s, the company paid its taxes in advance to help the town’s cash flow. In 2016, the company made just over $770,000 in financial and product contributions to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, the University of Mount Olive and hundreds of community, educational, and nonprofit organizations throughout the region.

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We are a true family and friend’s tale. Our story begins while cooking ribs in North Carolina.  Founder Freddie Mills is mixing and measuring the perfect Bloody Mary, fully aware that the cause will be the cure. He delivered his luscious libation to his dad, who immediately tasted and proclaimed, “THIS STUFF IS ON-TIME!" 

With that stamp of approval, the name ON-TIME Mixers was born.


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When it comes to snacking, we’re all entitled to the perfect match. With 20 grams of protein, only 1 gram of sugar and totally indulgent flavors that seem too good to be true, your days of playing the field are officially over! Congratulations, you’ve found the ONE.


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Rick and Simone Drake received a hand cranked pasta machine as a wedding gift and the rest is history. They successfully ventured into the restaurant side of the pasta business for over 30 years and came to the conclusion that home chefs/cooks may appreciate their premium products. So…in 2016, Parla Pasta was born. Parla is our retail brand and it has the same high quality and consistency as the restaurant products that we have sold for over 34 years!


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Pepsi was born in the Carolinas in a small town of New Bern, NC. In Aug. 1898 Pharmacist Caleb Bradham invented the original formula of what would become Pepsi-Cola and since then we’ve been dedicated to making our birthplace a better place to live, work and play for generations. Delicious, Refreshing, Pepsi. 

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The Phillips Seafood story began in 1914 on Hoopers Island, a small watermen’s community on Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, where Captain A.E. Phillips established a seafood plant to process the bay’s abundant bounty of blue crab, oysters and fish. Three generations later, the family operation has grown into a globally recognized seafood network with strong roots in Maryland. Today, Phillips Seafood satisfies both traditional and adventurous appetites in our restaurants and with our irresistible, high-quality line of retail products, including seafood appetizers, gourmet soups, seafood cakes and entrées.

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Unlike many Olive Oils sold in the U.S., Pompeian is produced with Olive Oils produced in various Regions rather than from a single locale or company-owned grove. Since each year’s Olive crop varies, Pompeian can select the season’s best Olive Oils and produce them to the same quality standards and consistent taste, year after year.

There are many delicious surprises awaiting you in the Pompeian Family of products that burst with unique flavors. What won’t surprise you is that our commitment to quality and authenticity can be tasted in each bottle.

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RW Garcia is family-owned-and-operated and for more than 30 years we have been making the highest quality, tortilla chips, corn chips and artisan crackers. Named after our founder, Robert W. Garcia, the company is committed to sourcing the finest ingredients available, and proudly produces all farm to shelf products in our wholly- owned facilities. RW Garcia products are made from stone ground non-GMO project verified corn, contain no additives or preservatives, and are certified gluten-free.

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Sabra makes America's best-selling hummus. Sabra hummus is a simple feel-good food that starts with fresh chickpeas, tahini, a touch of garlic and all the flavor of plant-based ingredients. Sabra proudly dedicates time, energy and resources to the communities in which it operates in and in 2016 introduced Plants with a Purpose, an initiative aimed at reducing the impact of food deserts through improved education and access to fresh produce in underserved neighborhoods. Sabra's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Chesterfield County, VA has earned Gold certification under the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED certification program.

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It all started back in 1940, when Dean and Betty Arnold opened their own bakery out of a tiny house in Stamford, CT. Back then, you couldn’t find the premium bread that we love today. By starting small, the couple was able to give each brick-oven-baked loaf the attention it deserved. Today, though Dean and Betty no longer make the bread themselves, Arnold® bakes its loaves in local bakeries around the country, including one in Gastonia, NC. We are still committed to bringing you bread you can believe in—so you can live your life and love your loaf. 

In 1949, bakery entrepreneur Charlie Lubin chose to name his new line of cheesecakes and bakery business after his 8-year-old daughter, Sara Lee. The sweet bakery products coming out of the Kitchens of Sara Lee soon became so popular that the bakery was purchased in 1956, and in 1985 was eventually renamed the Sara Lee Corporation. Over the decades, Sara Lee’s products have delighted millions around the world, becoming one of the best-loved American brands. In 2001, we expanded beyond sweet baked goods into fresh bread products with the acquisition of The EarthGrains Company. 

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Patrick Mateer met many struggling farmers while working at his local farmers market during his college years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Patrick also noticed an uptick in the demand for local food by consumers, who could only access it a couple weeks out of the year when a crop was in season. Patrick founded Seal the Seasons in 2014 to connect the dots –making local frozen produce available year-round, while also helping provide small family farms with a reliable income stream year after year. We work with family farmers on a state-by-state basis to freeze their produce in season and sell it in local grocery stores 365 days a year. We are on a mission to create a more localized food system and make local available in every aisle of the grocery store year-round.

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Smithfield has a passion for flavor, quality and freshness, and so do our customers. We continuously look for opportunities to share recipes, inspire culinary curiosity and encourage an adventurous spirit in the kitchen. Nothing delights us more than to see our products realize their full potential — on the plate and on the palate. With Smithfield, it’s so much more than food. Celebrating life and meaningful occasions is at the heart of our commitment to quality and the promise of premium flavor.

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Sticky Fingers was founded in 1992 by three lifelong friends. The first restaurant opened in Mt. Pleasant, SC to rave reviews, with the sauce becoming an instant Southern sensation.

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Texas Pete's actually from Winston-Salem, NC! When the Garner family was struggling to keep up with seven children during the Great Depression, the second oldest son purchased a restaurant instead of going to college. While the restaurant didn’t survive, the sauce they made there did. The new company began to support the entire family and turn things around. More than 85 years later, members of the third and fourth generations are running the company today. The current factory, built in 1942 and added onto too many times to count, sits on the original Garner family home site in northwest Winston-Salem.

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Our founders, Bill & Salie Utz, thought snacks should be better. They thought snacks should be made from clean, simple ingredients, minimally processed to bring out the natural flavor of farm-grown potatoes. So, they started Utz back in 1921.

Today, we are still a family managed business, almost 100 years after Bill & Salie made the first batch of potato chips in their kitchen in Hanover PA. Each day we set out to honor our century of heritage and deliver the world-class innovation & products consumers will love for generations. 

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Dr. King’s Farms™ officially began in 1985 as King’s Farm, a multi-generational, family-run farm that raised bison in western Pennsylvania. The name then transitioned to Carolina Bison Farm, with Dr. Frank King’s move to Asheville and the purchase of farmland in Leicester, North Carolina, where he carried on his family’s mission. 

On a mission to improve the health of his patients using natural methods, Dr. King began prescribing bison meat with astonishing results. He was convinced that connecting to the diet of ancient man was an important key to health.


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The Deep Steep headquarters are nestled among over 17 acres of lush land on Johns Island, South Carolina.

At Deep Steep, we strive to deliver products that everyone can enjoy. That’s why we always omit questionable ingredients such as phthalates, parabens, and phenoxyethanol, and instead opt for the highest quality botanicals, vegan ingredients, and signature aromas that are both safe and effective for the whole family.

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Hampton Farms is the leading roaster of in-shell peanuts in the United States.

Founded in 1917 and based in Severn, North Carolina, our company stays true to the vision of our founders by committing to produce the finest peanut-based snacks and services with integrity, honesty and the pride of local farmers.

We produce and market a variety of products from raw in-shell peanuts, flavored in-shell peanuts, honey roasted nuts to nut butters.

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Hunter Farms, maker of Harris Teeter Organic milk, is proud to be a Harris Teeter Home Town partner. We appreciate our role as a source for quality products and their positive impact on people’s nutritional health. Like Harris Teeter, we started as a small North Carolina business and through a dedication to our small community of neighbors and farmers 100 years ago, grew to our wonderful role as Harris Teeter’s store brand dairy.

In 1949, Larry Monahan began to sell roasted nuts to passing tourists from his family owned restaurant in Virginia. It was then that the beloved Peanut Roaster brand was born.

The peanut business quickly outgrew the restaurant. In 1985, a peanut processing facility was opened in Cary, NC. A bit over 10 years later, in 1997, a new production and distribution facility in Henderson, NC was opened as business outgrew the current facility. Using the same recipe as in 1949, and some innovative flavored peanut recipes, business grew quickly. The Peanut Roaster surpassed others in the industry by roasting and packaging peanuts daily, which created a reputation for quality and freshness, and by providing patrons with deliciously different flavored peanuts.


With over 43 years in the seafood industry, Quality Foods From the Sea, Inc. takes great pride in being a direct, full service seafood supplier. Our in-house kitchen hand prepares Chef inspired Seafood entrees that are both delicious and easy to prepare, with the included oven ready/ microwave trays. We bring quality seafood ingredients and recipes from our home- town kitchens in North Carolina to your Dinner Table. 


Since 1935 our mills have been converting local grains into quality Flour, corn meal and baking mixes. We carefully mill each small batch of grain using time-honored milling practices. Located just footsteps from the town square in Newton, North Carolina. Our state of the art milling facilities are designed to offer the customer the highest quality and consistent products. Most importantly, we support over 250 our local farmers and their families!

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In 1804 Mie, Japan, the Sato family boldly left their shipping business to start a Tamari soy sauce company that thrives there to this day. Family tradition, Japanese cuisine philosophy, coupled with the inspiration from the hippie generation in the U.S., the family decided to introduce America to the flavor of Japanese Tamari. First importing Tamari to Natural and Asian grocers in the U.S. the business grew so that in 1987 the first U.S. San-J facility opened in Henrico, VA. Boldly moving towards the future again in a new country, San-J continues to embrace traditions and honors the memory of their origin.

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Patrick Mateer met many struggling farmers while working at his local farmers market during his college years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Patrick also noticed an uptick in the demand for local food by consumers, who could only access it a couple weeks out of the year when a crop was in season. Patrick founded Seal the Seasons in 2014 to connect the dots –making local frozen produce available year-round, while also helping provide small family farms with a reliable income stream year after year. We work with family farmers on a state-by-state basis to freeze their produce in season and sell it in local grocery stores 365 days a year. We are on a mission to create a more localized food system and make local available in every aisle of the grocery store year-round. 

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Since its origins in grass-fed, pasture-raised jerky snacks, The New Primal has innovated with intention, but never compromised on our core mission. With a belief that healthy eating is more than nutrient-packing, we source carefully, package consciously, and flavor thoughtfully. Our inspiration is always renewed with the notion that healthy gets humored, but delicious gets devoured. You are what you eat. Choose Wisely®. Learn more at www.thenewprimal.com. 

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High school friends Andrew Hare and Matt Daniels had a plan to bring healthy, safe, and local produce to their community in South Carolina. Their plan, which started as scribbles on a napkin in 2015, grew into Vertical Roots: a hydroponic farm company producing nutrient-dense lettuce with globally recognized food safety standards inside its eco-friendly, upcycled container farms. Vertical Roots farms use 98% less water than conventional farming methods to produce pesticide-free, non-GMO, flavorful lettuce. Andrew, Matt, and the rest of the Vertical Roots team are deeply rooted in the community, building local partnerships and creating sustainable jobs for farmers while giving back through produce donations to local food banks and farms.  

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