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Shaft’s Bleu Cheese

A savory, full flavored bleu cheese, aged for a minimum of one year.  This cheese is made with only the highest quality rBST free pasteurized cow’s milk. Shaft’s unique aging process produces a rich, creamy flavor that is the signature of Shaft’s Bleu Vein Cheese.  This product has a big, bold flavor without the overpowering taste that can often accompany bleu cheeses. ...

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Wafer Cracker – Sesame – Olina’s Bakehouse

Wafer Crackers are thinner than traditional crackers but remarkably robust with a subtle taste, lighter texture and choice of flavors.  These barely-there crackers are made in Australia and are equally delicious eaten straight from the box as they are topped with your favorite cheeses and spreads.

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PicaQuicos (Spicy Giant Crunchy Corn) – Mini Tubs

Spicy, smoky, and extra crunchy, these fried giant corn kernels are smokin’ hot. The popular Spanish Quicos get a fiery American twist with a coating of cayenne pepper and smoked paprika. If you like spice with your crunch, you won’t want to share these!

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Spring Milk “Youngsters” Dutch Gouda – artikaas

This pasteurized Gouda’s fresh, grass-fed flavors appease cheese aficionados, while being mild enough to please novice consumers. Fantastic on its own, its pliant, smooth texture is also a perfect option for melting. Upon its release, seasonal fresh fruit from early summer pickings will be a timely and elegant pairing with Artikaas Youngsters. These cows aren’t kept in cozy...

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Wafer Cracker – Natural – Olina’s Bakehouse

Wafer Crackers are thinner than traditional crackers but remarkably robust with a subtle taste, lighter texture and choice of flavors.  These barely-there crackers are made in Australia and are equally delicious eaten straight from the box as they are topped with your favorite cheeses and spreads.

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Wafer Cracker – Cracked Pepper – Olina’s Bakehouse

Wafer Crackers are thinner than traditional crackers but remarkably robust with a subtle taste, lighter texture and choice of flavors.  These barely-there crackers are made in Australia and are equally delicious eaten straight from the box as they are topped with your favorite cheeses and spreads.

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quicos – mini tubs

Fried to perfection, these giant corn kernels are a popular snack in Spain. Not surprisingly, they have become a big hit in the U.S., too. Delightfully crunchy and nearly impossible to put down, they are one of our best sellers and the pinnacle of snacking.

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Le Delice des Lys Ceramic (formerly St. Felicien)

The bigger brother to Le Secret de Lys, this soft ripened cow’s milk cheese is even more creamy and unctous. Throw it in the oven and serve it with a crusty baguette!

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Le Secret des Lys Ceramic (formerly St. Marcellin)

A little ceramic dish of soft and creamy luxury!  Le Secret des Lys has a silky texture and a similar flavor to ripe Brie, but with a delicate crème fraîche tang to the finish.  It can be served at room temperature with crusty bread but is also excellent baked in the oven in wintertime, or on the barbecue during the warmer months.

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Cantalet – Cantorel

Cantalet, a smaller version of the 88-pound Cantal wheels, is named from the Cantal Mountains in Auvergne.  It is said to be one of France’s oldest cheeses, dating back more than 2,000 years & can be considered an ancestor to English cheddars both in appearance & flavor.  Cantalet’s rustic charm lies in its striking natural rind & straw-colored paste that is...

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