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  • In the Kitchen

    What is Fairtrade?

    American consumers are increasingly making food choices based on their values. Where a product comes from, how it’s produced and its impact on the environment all figure into the decision-making process. According to a 2015 Hartman transparency study, 88 percent of American consumers consider if a product is sustainably sourced and produced when making a … Continue reading What is Fairtrade?

  • Vanillas 101

    Where Does Vanilla Come From?

    Vanilla is grown within 10-20 degrees of the equator. Most vanilla beans available today are from Madagascar, Mexico and Tahiti. As with wine, chocolate and coffee, vanilla from each country has its own distinctive flavor profile and characteristics, owing to the different climates, soils, curing methods and vanilla species.

  • In the Kitchen

    4 Easy Dinner Recipes Your Family Will Enjoy

    We recognize that life can get chaotic and there isn’t always time to make dinner a huge production. That’s why we’ve put together a list of easy recipes that can be completed, prep to table, in under an hour. We’ll show you that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor for a quick, convenient meal.

  • In the Kitchen

    Gluten-Free Recipes From Morning ‘til Night! 

    Living a gluten-free life can mean it’s difficult to find tasty products and recipes that meet your dietary needs. Here at Nielsen-Massey Vanillas, as part of our commitment to quality, all our products are Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO).

  • In the Kitchen

    10 Vegan Recipes That’ll Show You How Much You Need Extracts In Your Life

    Whether you are vegan by choice or by necessity, or on a Meatless Monday kick, we’ve corralled some delicious recipes that you’ll want to have up your sleeve. Even if you aren’t vegan, you never know when you might serve a snack or meal to a friend who is.

  • In the Kitchen

    5 Cooking Tips to Warm You Up this Winter Season

    The holidays are over and winter has set in. We’ve put together our top winter cooking tips to help you make the most of this cold season. With these tips, you will have all you need at your fingertips to make this season the most flavorful one yet.

  • In the Kitchen

    4 Food Trends to Watch in 2018

    From food crazes and fad diets to new products and famous chefs offering fresh ideas, there are so many exciting food trends to try. To help you cut through the noise, we’re sharing four food trends in 2018 that are getting us excited.

  • In the Kitchen

    11 Valentine’s Day Ideas to Celebrate – at Home

    Staying at home on Valentine’s Day, away from the crowds and the gimmicks, can be the sincerest way to show the one you love just how much you care. The options are endless on how to make the holiday special without leaving the house. Check out these 11 ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home.

  • In the Kitchen

    Celebrate with these “Lucky” St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

    The luck of the Irish is with everyone on St. Patrick’s Day. Irish roots or not, all Americans can enjoy the day and surprise their family or guests with St. Patrick’s Day decorations and treats to remember the origins of the day. We’ve put together our best St. Patty’s day recipes to help you make the most of the holiday.  

  • In the Kitchen

    Cheer on Your Team with our Game Day Favorites

    The big game is upon us! If you are anything like us, you are getting ready to either host or attend a football watch party. Whether you’re serving up cocktails or drool-worthy snacks, there should be an epic spread during the entire party.

  • In the Kitchen

    How to Create the Ultimate Hot Chocolate Bar

    The holiday season may be over, but that doesn’t mean the celebrations need to end! It’s a whole new year and there’s always a reason to get together with friends and family, especially when it’s to warm up with a big mug of hot chocolate.

  • In the Kitchen

    Start the New Year with Our Lightened-Up Favorites

    We all indulged in too many cookies over the holiday season, but now it’s a new year and that means it’s time for a fresh start. This month we’re focusing on lightened–up meals that are not only delicious, but also deliciously easy to make. 

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