Winter Fancy Food Show Highlights New Bay Area Products

Bay Area products on exhibit at the 41st Winter Fancy Food Show.

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Moringa will probably be crowned superfood of the year, thanks in part to Oakland's Kuli Kuli, an independent and women-owned company that has just received investment from Kellogg's.
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Kika's Treats of San Francisco specializes in handmade sweets, but the first voyage into savory offerings, a Brazilian cheese bread dough, already has national interest before it's even hit local shelves.
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Here's a novel new way to start your day, Chocolate Coffee Stout and Honey Almond IPA bars made with upcycled grain from Bay Area breweries.
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San Francisco's Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream has a fetching new flavor comprised of blueberry with a brown sugar streusel.
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Petaluma's Torn Ranch have found zippy flavor combinations that could convert potato chip fiends into a healthier addiction.
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Oakland's Wooden Table Baking Co., best known for creative varieties of South American alfajores cookies, has introduced cookies made with tea varieties like matcha, chai and chamomile.
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SF's 4505 Meats makes some of the best and most ethical packaged pork rinds (aka chicharrones) on the market. There are two new flavors, Smokehouse BBQ and Jalapeño Cheddar.
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A new line of holistic teas from Oakland's Numi hopes to help you achieve wellbeing in a cup with the help of ingredients like guayusa, a source of clean caffeine.
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Genuine Grub makes sauces that achieve a light and fresh taste with a shelf life longer than today.
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Brazil nuts aren't typically used for milk here but they should be, as this luscious new product from San Francisco attests.
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