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Desserts Next Big Trends

Nielsen-Massey Vanillas asks two chefs from its Culinary Council to look into their crystal ball and offer insights on where desserts are headed in the months ahead.

A New Adventure Begins: Journey Into Kāpiti

CW proudly introduces Kāpiti Cheese, an exquisite, aromatic, handcrafted new range and our first import sourced from the globally renowned, fresh-food culture of New Zealand.

Villa Dolce Gelato

• All natural made with the finest ingredients • No high fructose, only pure cane sugar is used • No growth hormones are ever used in...

Julia’s Oven

Julia’s Oven is an exclusive Vegan and gluten-free wholesale bakery based in Las Vegas. However, these desserts and pastry options are on whole other...

Meet the NEW Sustainable, Innovative, Usable, Vegan-Friendly Butter Alternative

Butter made out of chickpeas? Yep, it’s a thing! Brooklyn-based vegan company, Fora Foods has perfected the recipe for a new plant-based butter called...

Revival, Passion, and Vitality

he Winner of CW Magazine’s Pastry Box Incentive, Chef Amy Murray, Owner and Executive Chef of Berkeley gem Revival, Restaurant and Bar, speaks her personal food mission powerfully, including what’s at the heart of the commitment to procuring true local, organic, sustainable food for her Berkeley community.

Californ-BAKE-ation

Hard evidence that California culinary is reaching globally competitive heights is personified with Ventura, CA‘s Executive Baker, Jarrett Chambers’ (Café Ficelle) invitation to join the first American Baking Team to compete at the world-renowned Fete Du Pan in Paris last year.

Chef Thomas Keller and Cup 4 Cup

“Giving up gluten doesn’t mean giving up the foods you’ve always loved.” THOMAS KELLER

BBQ Is An Art Form

You’d be hard-pressed to find a man on the planet who knows more about meat and BBQ than Del Monte Meat Company’s own V.P. Paul Savage.

From Lewis & Clark To Jacobsen Salt

Founded in 2011, Jacobsen Salt Co. was the first company to harvest salt in the Pacific Northwest since Lewis & Clark built their salt works in 1805. Since then, it has transformed from a local, small business to a nationally recognized brand.