This week, John Kelly of The Washington Post reminisced about the clear Nescafe globe mug, famous from 1970s commercials. Kelly was kind enough to mention a column on General Foods International Coffee, which is still sold as Maxwell House International Coffee. One of Kelly’s readers, in a comment, mentioned the
BRIDGETON, N.J. – While large firms like Conagra, Mondelez, Nestle and Campbell’s dominate the grocery aisles and squeeze out small players, there are still holdouts of one-off grocery products can stand alone. One such item is Seabrook Farms Creamed Spinach. Seabrook Farms is the number one creamed spinach in the
This could be good time for Lenox, and all things American. When the virus goes, people will want to have the family over for a large dinner. And in a time when we spend $1,000 for caterers or supplies for a dinner, why not spend the same amount for something decent, and not Pottery Barn, to serve it on.
CHERRY HILL, N.J. – LEM is a special kind of lemon filling, found in select grocery stores and specialty food shops. Made by Cherry Hill, N.J.-based Serv-Agen, it is quite different than your regular pie filling. It was originally called Mrs. Morrison’s LEM, and was a “one-line item” company. It
CHERRY HILL, N.J. – We heard last week from Charlie Slade, of the company Serv-Agen. We are a big fan of the product, as are many. But it has become harder and harder to find at stores. Good news. He called to give us an update on the brand. The