Thoughtful additions... to your pantry
Our goal is always to provide you with thoughtful additions to your home and wardrobe - well-designed, well-made items that last and that you are happy to use. The litmus test for a new product is simple - is this something we'd bring into our home? Are we excited when we see it and do we still think about it months later? Team W&W sends product ideas and images back and forth all day long, and those items tend to find their way to our shelves over time.
One category that we found ourselves frequently talking about was pantry... a new cocktail mix or a fancy honey that one of us had picked up along the way; simple additions that elevated our average frozen pizza or cheese plate. We bought these products for ourselves, gave them as gifts, told our customers about them, and eventually we realized it made sense to add them to our shop.
We're excited to launch this category with some of our favorite staples...
Bazzini Nut - New York
Over the past 125 years the name Bazzini has become synonymous with high-quality nuts. The original business, founded in 1886 by Italian immigrant Anthony L. Bazzini sold nuts by the pound to bakers, street vendors and individual customers during the great depression. The legendary nut processing building still stands amid the cobblestone streets of New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood.
Jacobsen Salt Co.’s flake and kosher sea salts are harvested from the cold, pristine waters of Netarts Bay on the Oregon Coast.
Mixed Made Honey - New York
Starting with chemical-free wildflower honey from a family-run apiary in the Hudson Valley, MixedMade gently infuses with a mix of chili peppers for a perfect balance of sweet and spicy.
Compartes Chocolatier - California
Compartes gourmet chocolates are made from scratch by hand every day by a small team of chocolatiers and chocolate artists, using fresh natural ingredients from local farmer’s markets, in their Los Angeles chocolate kitchens and shop.
The Real Deal Bloody Mary Mix - Colorado
The Real Dill is a pickle company in Denver, Colorado that has been pickling cucumbers since May 2012.
Four Seasons Apiaries is a year-round, non-migratory Minnesota beekeeping operation run by Joe Meyer. Joe is committed to improving management practices in the Upper Midwest and advocating for regional bee breeding. He selectively breeds honey bees from colonies overwintered in Minnesota to propagating traits suited for the region.
Stop in to check out these new additions or shop online now.