RC Cola

Columbus, GA

Claud A. Hatcher created Royal Crown Cola in Columbus, GA, after a disagreement with a local soda bottler.

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Cruze Family Farm

Knoxville, TN

Cruze Farm is a family dairy farm in Knoxville, Tennessee. They milk Jersey cows and bottle their own whole pasteurized Jersey milk. They also pasteurize and bottle real churned buttermilk. Their cows are on pasture 365 days a year and are never given hormones. You can find their  milk in many fruit markets, mom and pop grocery stores, and food cooperatives throughout East Tennessee.

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Texas Olive Ranch

Carrizo Springs, TX

100% Pure Texas Extra Virgin Olive Oil is pressed from arbequina variety olives.

The ranch grows Arbequina and Arbosana trees from Spain and Koroneiki trees from Greece.

The arbequina variety was developed in Spain and is suitable for growing in the sandy loam (mixture of clay and sand) soil of the Middle Rio Grande Valley, the climate is similar to southern Spain.

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Blenheim Ginger Ale

Blenheim, SC

Blenheim’s philosophy is to preserve the rich heritage and family tradition of making an old-time ginger ale that has captured the heart of South Carolina and the many visitors to our state since the 1800’s

Our product will always remain pure and true to its historical beginnings, while moving into the future with new creations and an expanding operation to ensure Good Ole’ Blenheim will be around for all to enjoy for a very long time.

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Newsom’s Country Hams

Princeton, KY

Naturally cured Aged Kentucky Country Ham is processed by hand, our own, and hangs in the smokehouse for nearly one year before it’s offered to our customers. Sold by the pound, available as an uncooked or cooked product, the ham can be purchased from our store only and shipped to the destination of your choice. Among the finest dry-cured hams the world has to offer, Newsom’s authentic aged Kentucky country ham is a gourmet and country delicacy.

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The Charleston Tea Plantation

Wadmalaw Island, SC

The Charleston Tea Plantation is located on historic Wadmalaw Island in the heart of the Lowcountry of South Carolina. The history of the Island dates back to mid-June of 1666 when it is believed that Captain Robert Sanford and the crew of the Berkeley Bay landed on the shores of what is now known as Rockville, South Carolina. On June 23, 1666, he and his crew claimed the land for England and the Lords Proprietors.

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