Artizone’s new Farmers Market On Demand service


We’re lovers of slow food, a movement that emphasizes regional cuisine utilizing traditional recipes, artisanal techniques and locally raised produce, dairy and meats. We relish flavors with history—and we know you do too. That’s why we’ve launched a new service that allows … [Read more...]

5 delicious ways to use in-season zucchini


Zucchini is at its peak season June through the end of August, so now is the best time to indulge in this surprisingly versatile squash. In need of a summery appetizer for your next gathering? Nix the cracker or crostini and try thick-cut zucchini rounds layered with flavorful … [Read more...]

Featured new artisan: Green Sheep Water


An increased interest in environmental issues has brought a range of reusable water bottles into fashion—and yet Americans still use 1,500 plastic bottles every second. That’s right: every second. That’s why we’re proud to introduce one of our newest artisans, Green Sheep … [Read more...]

It’s National Ice Cream Month!

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If the dog days of summer have you screaming for ice cream, we hear you. On a hot day, you just can’t beat a frozen treat. Though July has been our designated National Ice Cream Month since 1984, ice cream has a history that predates the decade of shoulder pads and Flock of … [Read more...]

Lior’s specialty and small-batch picks for July

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We’re not sure who first claimed that good things come in small packages, but if our artisans have taught us anything, it’s that good things definitely come from small food businesses. That’s because many purveyors of specialty and small-batch foods use premium ingredients and … [Read more...]