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New on the Market for Winter 2020


We’ve rounded up six new products to look out for on your next shopping trip.


Coolhaus is bringing girl power to your freezer. Their new Queens’ Coffee flavor is made from Allegro Coffee’s Three Queens Blend, which is produced by women in East Africa advocating for equality in their communities. Support this important cause and enjoy an irresistibly creamy pint—it’s a win-win!


Fat Snax—best known for low-carb desserts—has released a line of almond flour crackers that pair deliciously with cheese. Perfect for keto and gluten-free guests, these crispy crackers are the accompaniment you need for your holiday charcuterie spread.


Let sustainable, high-quality staples make a difference in your holiday baking this year. Elevate traditional recipes with Beyond Good’s rare and renowned dark chocolates and a bottle of their bourbon vanilla extract; the Madagascar Baking Kit is also a perfect gift for the avid bakers on your list.


After a rough year, this holiday season is all about celebrating the little things—like edible sparkles. Runamok Maple’s Sparkle Syrup uses a food-safe pearlescent mica to make their sweet syrup shine. Add it to seasonal cocktails, mix it into desserts, or drizzle it over your favorite wedge.


Cheese lovers know that cold weather is practically synonymous with fondue. If you’re looking for a new set (or treating someone one to a fun and useful a holiday gift), Boska’s whimsical Super Cheesy set is an adorable way to treat any turophile.


’Tis the season for festive beverages, and Spirity’s non-alcoholic cocktails offer all that magic with none of the hangover. Crafted with spirits distilled from tea, these natural cocktail-alternatives serve up mules, margaritas, and negronis that everyone can enjoy.

Monica Petrucci

Monica is Culture's Social Media Editor. Coming from a formaggio-obsessed Italian family, she was very excited to combine her passions for cheese and writing at Culture. She loves experimenting in the kitchen and pairing wine and cheese in her spare time.

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