The Deli Dish

Tag: favorite producers

  • A bag of Askinosie Malt Balls on a dark wooden countertop with a small ceramic bowl of malt balls behind it.

    A Snacker’s Guide to the Deli Galaxy

    Our Shelves are Stocked with Stand-Out Snacks We’re not saying that the answer to life, the universe, and everything is snacks… but we’re not not saying that either. Whether your … Continued

  • Made at Origin Chocolates at the Deli

    What it means, why it matters, and the producers we love Chocolate that’s “made at origin” is what you might guess it is—the chocolate is made in the same country … Continued

  • Introducing JK’s Farmhouse Ciders

    Michigan Organic Apples Make a Hard Cider that’s Hard to Resist Mr. BrightCider JK’s Farmhouse Ciders start with apples. But not just any apples. Organically grown, heritage apples (over 50 … Continued

  • Introducing Fra’ Mani

    Sustainable Salumi Salumi Get This Straight… Fra’ Mani makes standout salumi inspired by the flavors, techniques, and culture of Italy. Their products honor tradition and craft and they operate with … Continued

  • Introducing Ziba Foods

    Empowering Afghan Women through Good Food Afghanistan was once a leader in producing dried fruits and nuts, but due to conflict and resulting economic instability, local farmers were unable to … Continued

  • Introducing Nueske’s

    Five Generations of Makin’ Bacon Founder Robert Nueske’s grandparents (Wilhelm and Wilhelmina Nueske) came to the small town of Wittenberg, Wisconsin from Prussia in 1882. Shortly thereafter, Wilhelm started to … Continued

  • a photo of 4 products from Seka Hills: an olive oil, a jar of honey and 2 packages of beef jerkey

    Introducing Séka Hills

    Specialty Foods from the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation The Origins of Séka Hills The Séka Hills story is one of longevity and perseverance. Séka Hills is owned and managed by … Continued

  • Introducing Sweet Grass Dairy

    With over 35 national and international awards for their cheeses, Sweet Grass Dairy is leading the way for cheesemakers from the American South. Their commitment to quality milk from barn-free … Continued

  • Introducing Ines Rosales

    Inés Rosales founded her namesake company in 1910 in a small town outside of Seville called Castilleja de la Cuesta. She began making traditional cakes called olive oil tortas, using … Continued

  • Introducing Dollar Bill Printing

    Zingerman’s Delicatessen has collaborated with Dollar Bill Printing on countless projects for over twenty years. And like us, they’ve been a part of the Ann Arbor community for decades—they recently … Continued

  • Introducing Regalis Foods

    Artisanal food purveyors of some of our favorite Spanish brands We love to stock our shelves with small producers who are creating superior products, but it’s not always easy to … Continued