Customer Spotlight

  1. Mason Jar Cocktails-to-go

    Before the pandemic, only 12 states allowed direct-to-consumer deliveries of alcoholic beverages. However, as local governments support struggling food businesses, many governors have signed executive orders temporarily allowing restaurants, bars and other establishments with alcohol permits to extend their alcohol offerings beyond the dining room. Now, takeout and delivery of alcoholic drinks has become the temporary norm for the vast...
  2. Cooking at home with pasta sauce and BBQ sauce

    The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed the retail landscape and consumer spending. With the closure of bars and restaurants, the demand for packaged food and beverages for consumption at home has significantly increased. This has led to increased demand for jarred food, such as pasta sauce, BBQ sauce, pickles and salsa. Whether you are grilling out or cooking in the...
  3. Glass Refrigerator Jars

    When I found out we were adding a 9oz refrigerator jar to the BOB website, I was really excited! I mean, this glass jar is not only adorable, it’s also manufactured in the United States out of high-quality, traditional flint (clear) glass. There are multiple products that can be packaged in the 9oz refrigerator jar, so it is impossible to...
  4. Warm up with some chili this winter

    With the colder weather, there’s nothing cozier than a steaming bowl of chili. When it comes to chili, everyone seems to have a favorite recipe. Whether you prefer beef, turkey, noodles or just beans, there’s no right or wrong way to do chili. For those looking to spice up their recipe, or give their chili a jump start, a popular...
  5. Celebrate Thanksgiving with pumpkin pie in a glass jar

    When you think of Thanksgiving desserts, pumpkin pie is probably the first one that comes to mind. It's hard to imagine an American Thanksgiving table without pumpkin pie. I’m sure many of you have some cherished family recipes dating back to your grandparents or great grandparents. For those of you that don’t, let me tell you about a game changer...
  6. Dressing up your Salad

    I must admit, salad is one of my favorite foods. And, it’s not the lettuce that’s my favorite part – it’s that savory dressing. From garden to chef and caesar to cobb, different salad varieties require unique dressings to give them that extra special flavor. Salad dressings have a long, colorful history, dating back to ancient times. Today, in North...
  7. Spice Up Summer with Salsa

    Let’s face it, who hasn’t scarfed down an entire jar of salsa in one sitting? Admittedly, salsa is one of my all-time favorite condiments. I’m not one of those people who likes salsa on eggs, but I love all varieties of salsa with crisp tortilla chips. From the more traditional restaurant-style salsa to salsa verde and pico de gallo, salsa...
  8. The History of Mayo

    Mayonnaise, a traditional, tangy blend of eggs, oil and vinegar, is a condiment that many Americans can’t live without. Alongside ketchup and mustard, mayonnaise is one of the most purchased condiments in the U.S., according to Mintel. Most well-known for its use on a burger or sandwich, mayo can also be used as a dressing for salads or a creamy...
  9. Product Spotlight: Gedney Foods

    Who remembers eating almost an entire jar of pickles as a kid? I mean, pickles are technically a fruit, right? Actually, pickles are both a fruit and vegetable, according to the U.S. Supreme Court. Because they have seeds, pickles are technically a “fruit of the vine.” However, because they are made from cucumbers, they are generally known as a vegetable...
  10. Jelly, Jam and Preserves

    Admittedly, I’ve spent most of my life not knowing the difference between jelly, jam and preserves. It was only recently that I found out the difference. Jelly shakes and jam doesn’t, right? Some of you might remember that song by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, “It Must Be Jelly (‘Cause Jam Don’t Shake Like That).” Well, there’s actually a scientific way...

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