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  1. Panda Licorice Candy

    Panda has been making licorice candy since 1927, and they have a classic website to match, where you can buy their products and read all about licorice on their blog.

    Food
  2. Brownie Leaderboard

    The blog Brownie Points is solely focussed on talking about brownies. The brownie leaderboard assigns a score to each brownie tested and puts them in a category based on the score. This is where to find the right brownie for you!

    Commentary
    Brownie Points
  3. It’s More Than Tea

    Jill has a background in scientific research and a love of tea. Eventually, the two collided and she now works at TeaHaus in Ann Arbor, Michigan, while delving into all things tea on her blog. Want to know how to brew the perfect cuppa? This is where to find out.  

    Commentary
  4. Simply Chocolate

    Simply Chocolate is a danish factory based in Copenhagen that produces handmade chocolate bars with natural ingredients. Salty Fred, Dark Marci or Grainy Sue — which is your favourite?

    Business
  5. Culinary Backstreets

    Culinary Backstreets positions itself as “the global guide to local eats,” offering city guides, food tours, and stories on off-the-beaten-path eating destinations from Tokyo to Tbilisi.

    Business
  6. Blackbird Cafe

    “My story is: I’m doing what I’ve always wanted to do – own a restaurant that has heart, in the heart of a great neighborhood.” Debbie’s website reflects her cozy restaurant with a blog, menus, and gallery of all the fascinating food — soy chorizo wrap anyone?

    Food
  7. Aquaculture Stewardship Council

    Is your sushi sustainably produced? The Aquaculture Stewardship Council uses globally applicable standards to recognize seafood farms that care for the environment, their workers, and the communities in which they operate.

    Animals
  8. Traced Elements

    Traced Elements is a food blog that invites “voices and perspectives to the table, to share tales of their relationship with food – growing it, making it, eating it – with a view to encouraging others to get messier, get more hands-on, get more intimate, have more fun…”

    Commentary
  9. Blue Ocean Mariculture

    Blue Ocean Mariculture, the only offshore fish farm in the United States, is the sole producer of Hawaiian Kanpachi, a sashimi-grade white fish, which is raised sustainably in the waters off Hawaii.

    Animals
  10. The Statesider

    “We’re only selling one thing: the idea that our country is immense, diverse, and infinitely interesting.” Co-founded by travel writers Pam Mandel and Andy Murdock, The Statesider newsletter compiles the most interesting stories about U.S. travel, culture, food, landscapes, and more.  

    Culture
  11. The New Food Economy

    We all have to eat. At The New Food Economy, a nonprofit newsroom, in-depth reporting helps us understand what we eat, why we’re eating it, and the forces that influence those choices, for better and worse.

    Animals
  12. To What Place

    At To What Place, expat Jaughna shares stories about food and travel from destinations less commonly explored. Her blog won the Saveur Reader’s Choice and Editor’s Choice awards for “Best Culinary Travel Blog” this year.

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  13. Planted Table: A Sustainable Way to Deliver Delicious Vegan Meals

    Two sisters wanted to make it easier for busy families to eat tasty plant-based meals. So they launched a zero-waste vegan delivery service called Planted Table.

    Business
    Photo of Planted Table founders Megan Scott and Lauren Mahlke by Drew Bird.
  14. Joy the Baker

    New Orleans-based author and baker Joy Wilson has been spreading her love of pastry for years through cookbooks, classes, and her WordPress-powered website.

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