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Discover 10 Farm Candy Delights in NYC’s South Street Seaport

Picking my ten favorite products at Farm Candy is like asking a kid to pick out only one piece of candy at It’s Sugar. When children read our sign and come running excitedly into the store, they quickly learn we are not a “candy store,’ but a store that creates candy from the earth, products that are made with the freshest, locally sourced, organic ingredients and free of any preservatives, fructose, or sucrose.

Here are my Top Ten Favorite Farm Candy Products:

Image by Farm Candy

Artichoke Antipasto use as a pasta sauce or over-chicken for a one-pot meal that makes you look like a trained chef.

Black Olive tapenade On crackers, with cheese or to dress a piece of grilled chicken or salmon.

Garlic Rosemary Mustard Not sure another mustard uses as much pure mustard seed as we. Your sandwiches will thank you for this one.

Ketchup One taste and you will know this is not your store brand ketchup. Absent of the corn syrup and the freshness of our ingredients will introduce to ketchup the way it was intended to taste. ** Wasabi Ginger Pear Balsamic Vinegar** Don’t be scared, we achieve the perfect balance between the wasabi and pear making it good enough to use alone on your salads. ** Habanero Pepper Jelly** For the person who can candle the spice. Great on cheese, or schmear it over a whole chicken and bake to make an incredibly tasty meal.

Pink Himalayan Signature bar on far right. Image by Farm Candy Instagram

Dark Chocolate Pink Himalayan Salt Chocolate Bar
It tastes as beautiful as it looks. Each bite is an experience. Meyer Lemon Olive Oil – One of our best sellers. Perfect alone to dress your favorite salad or with one of our vinegars.

Image by Farm Candy Facebook Page

Strawberry Sriracha Sea Salt The strawberry flavor helps temper the big kick, but its flavor is bold enough to sprinkle on your favorite food or to cure your meat before your grill.

Delicate Arbequina Olive Oil The smooth texture and clean taste is the perfect base to any seasoning.

Come down and try my ten favorite things, and let me know how they compare to yours!

Farm Candy is located at 21 Fulton Street in the South Street Seaport of New York City.

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