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  1. Nestle Waters
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    All waters are not created equal. San Pellegrino: sparkling mineral water from Italy provides a fine dining complement; it is lightly carbonated and moderately mineralized for a distinctive flavor. Acqua Panna: delivers unaltered purity and flavor that is centuries old. Since its debut in the U.S. it has become the most popular Italian Spring water sold in restaurants. Learn More
  2. Paris Gourmet
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    Established in 1983, Paris Gourmet is a leading specialty food importer and distributor sourcing products worldwide. Paris Gourmet specializes in Pastry Preparation products, and takes pride in having an extensive knowledge of how to use and apply their products. The Paris Gourmet website is an extremely useful resource for information on any of their products, and it also has many innovative and traditional recipes. Dedication to the culinary world inspires Paris Gourmet to be extremely active in trade events and chef competitions. http://www.parisgourmet.com/ Learn More
  3. Mighty Leaf Tea
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    At Mighty Leaf, we're passionate about whole leaf tea. Since our founders first opened their San Francisco tea house in 1996, it's been our goal to share the whole leaf tea experience with consumers around the world. Our whole leaf teas showcase larger, bolder leaves – never broken, torn or crushed. We love whole leaf tea because these teas provide a complex, nuanced taste that you just don’t get from leaves that have been crushed or broken. Only whole leaves deliver the full flavor and aroma essential for the ultimate multi-sensory tea experience. Learn More
  4. Columbus
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    When our founders arrived from Italy in 1917, they brought a bit of Italy with them. With authentic Italian recipes in hand and mastery of salame-making in practice, they began crafting and selling their Old World artisan salame in San Francisco, California, long before "artisan" was known as such. Learn More
  5. Manicaretti
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    From Rolando Beramendi, Founder of Manicaretti When I moved to San Francisco, it was difficult to find high quality Italian food products in the United States. I knew the taste of genuine Italian foods and wanted Americans to have the same wonderful flavors of Italy. In 1988, I founded Manicaretti (the Italian word for little delicacies or treats) to bring products from Italy's finest regional artisan producers to this country. The regional products were found through family, friends and word of mouth. Whether cooking with a family on their farm or helping friends with the work in their small factory, I felt as if I was rediscovering these little gems and helping to keep centuries-old traditions alive. When I think of Italy, I think of fantastic meals at my grandmother's dinner table where the food and wine created a sense of sharing at the table. Over the past years, we have selected an array of basic pantry products that can help you prepare a truly Italian meal. Manicaretti products let people travel into Italian culture and history by enjoying traditional artisan foods. We're turning strangers into friends across the table. That's my greatest pleasure. Learn More
  6. Atlantic International
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    Atlantic International has been importing food products for more than thirty years, and has developed many strong relationships overseas with a reputation for integrity and follow-through. By having an office in Italy we are able to do on site research and development. Our European office is tireless in the pursuit of securing the best possible pricing for the highest quality products They specialize in finding the types of products necessary to help make your company an important market presence in both the Food Service and Retail trades Learn More
  7. Gran Cucina
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    Italco Food Products, Inc. is the number one specialty food importer and distributor in Colorado. We not only carry imported and domestic specialty food but we also make fresh basil pesto in-house daily. We freshly shread, and grate many cheeses, and create custom blends with no fillers, mold retardants, or anti-caking agents added. We also have a line of roasted red and yellow peppers, capers, artichoke hearts, gourmet stuffed pasta in food service and retail packs, and of course Gran Cucina Spices, packed by us especially for you. Learn More
  8. Lavazza
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    Welcome to the world of Lavazza. Italy's number one coffee. Lavazza's dedication to coffee is legendary. It is the largest family roaster in the world, and its sate-of -the-art facility boasts the world's highest concentration of advanced coffee technology as well. Let Lavazza with its authentic Italian taste, aroma, and consistent quality, start your day, add gusto to your work break, help savor an afternoon with friends or complete a meal with polish and panache. Learn More
  9. Van-Lang Foods
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    Since 1986, Van-Lang Foods has been dedicated to creating fine appetizers and hors d’oeuvres. Our products are prepared from recipes that we have, with great care, developed together with chefs from around the world. Known for our wide variety of unique international flavor profiles, Van Lang Foods is proud of the long and prestigious list of those who have consistently chosen to serve Van Lang Foods to their guests. Van Lang Foods offers a complete line of appetizers and hors d’oeuvres that encompass the major culinary regions of the world. Asian, European, Mexican, Indian and, of course, traditional American flavors top the list of our unique and authentic tastes. From our one-of-a-kind Peking duck roll to our classic beef wellington, each and every piece is hand crafted using only the highest quality ingredients. Learn More
  10. Urbani
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    Paolo and Bruno Urbani understand that because of the Urbani legend and legacy, they have become an integral part of a highly successful and fascinating world that for centuries has revolved around the delicate truffle. By providing the world with this rarest of delicacies, the Urbanis understand the economic contract that exists between them and their workers, and between them and their clients. These are contracts that they take with the utmost seriousness and sense of moral obligation. They not only acknowledge the benefit of hard work; they celebrate it. Learn More

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