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You might have seen us here, or maybe over there. This is a collection of Stonewall Kitchen's media mentions; news clips, magazine highlights and placements in a few
big-screen kitchens.

Today Show - December, 2014

The Today Show featured Stonewall Kitchen's Apple Cider Doughtnut Mix as a must-have holiday baking mix.

goodhousekeeping.com - July, 2014

Made in the USA! Stonewall Kitchen was recognized for being a company that produces classic household products right here in America.

Martha Stewart Living - June, 2014

Stonewall Kitchen's Pink Grapefruit Marmalade was mentioned as a main ingredient in a Gin-And-Grapefruit-Fizz recipe.

Real Simple Magazine - September, 2013

Stonewall Kitchen's Sea Salt Down East Crackers were mentioned as the best sea salt cracker in this article, and were called "a flavorful update of the tried and true cracker".

Boston Globe (travel section) - August 31, 2013

Stonewall Kitchen was showcased on a culinary tour of Maine's finest foods. A young woman on the tour tried one of our Scone Mixes topped with Wild Maine Blueberry Jam and commented, “That’s the best thing I’ve ever eaten."

People - March 18, 2013

Our Chocolate Strawberry Jam was featured as Top Topping in People's "Best Sellers - A look at the most popular items foodies are gobbling up at the gourmet stores and beyond."

Redbook - Fall, 2012

Our Lemon Curd and Key Lime Curd were selected by the editors of Redbook who live, breathe, and chow down on the newest offerings every day, as one of the 25 Foodie Gifts Under $50 that will "leave your loved ones full of goodness."

COUP Boston magazine - Summer, 2012

Chosen for the Curated section by the COUP editorial staff: "Take a dip: Jacked to the hilt with garlic and peppery heat, nothing loves grilled bluefish or potato salad more than a dollop of Habanero Mango Aioli from Stonewall Kitchen."

Delish - December, 2011

Stonewall Kitchen Chipotle Cheddar Cheese Straws voted as one of the 10 Best Store-Bought Appetizers: "Like Grandma's, but with a spicy blast of chipotle, paprika, and cayenne."

Food Spring - December, 2011

Stocking Stuffers Loved Ones Will Love: "The Gingerbread Man Gets a Syrupy Filling. This decorative glass gingerbread man from Stonewall Kitchen is filled with 100 percent pure New England maple syrup. This sweet packaging makes a fun presentation perfect for gift-giving."

The Wall Street Journal - June, 2011

The Food & Drink section states that marmalade is making a comeback on both sides of the Atlantic, and highlights four flavorful choices, including Stonewall Kitchen's Tangerine Marmalade, describing it as: "Bright, fresh tangerine flavor, with a balance of fruit and peel."

Real Simple magazine - May, 2011

In Real Simple's category for best store bought salsa, Stonewall Kitchen received the nomination for Best Salsa Verde. Editors stated "This puree vibrates with tangy tomatillos, Serrano chilies, and a shot of lime. Worth every peso."

Fast Company magazine - March, 2011

A piece about wanted items where small-batch jams are highlighted, including Stonewall Kitchen's Raspberry Peach Champagne Jam. "Have your spoon at the ready for seconds," claims writer Kate Rockwood.

The Portland Press Herald - February 22, 2011

Humble guys' turn jam into gold - The $50-million-a-year business was founded by partners with college degrees in philosophy, theology and psychology.
By J. Hemmerdinger

Humble guys who found success despite parental comments like "You've lost your mind. See a shrink," when the idea of selling jam full-time was initially presented.

The Portland Press Herald - February 22, 2011

The Bottom Line: An enterprise that sticks
By J. Hemmerdinger

The market for specialty jams, jellies and sauces proved bigger than ever expected by Stonewall Kitchen founders Jonathan King and Jim Stott. And they know the ingredients that created it: high-quality products, passion for their work and good timing.

The Gourmet Retailer - February 15, 2011

Award-winning specialty food manufacturer Stonewall Kitchen is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Based in York, Maine, the privately held company was started in 1991 by New England natives Jim Stott and Jonathan King.

During the summer of 2011, Stonewall Kitchen will mark its 20th anniversary with a special project, from garden-to-kitchen art exhibit developed in conjunction with the George Marshall Store Art Gallery, a part of the Old York Historical Society, and Jacqueline Nooney, landscape designer and owner of Nooney Landscaping and Design.

Portsmouth Herald - February 7, 2011

Stonewall Kitchen Celebrates 20 years of business with new product launches such as Blueberry Champagne Jam and special events this summer, including from garden-to-kitchen art exhibit in collaboration with a local gallery art opening which will feature a major installation of art in the expansive gardens at the Stonewall Kitchen headquarters off Route 1, in York, ME. Opening parties, celebrations of the installation and special activities at the gallery are planned for the summer in celebration of Stonewall Kitchen's 20 years of good taste.

Boston Sunday Globe (travel section) - February 6, 2011

Make a wedding a taste more memorable
Stonewall Kitchen's Wild Maine Champagne Blueberry Jam is featured as the author's pick for wedding favor goodie bags when a sense of place is the desired effect.

Family Circle magazine - February 2011

Aged Cheddar Beer Crackers - "The one-two punch of sharp cheddar cheese and mellow hops makes for a snack that's perfect for game day or any day."

Maine Ahead magazine - January 2011

Jammin' Business

The "sweet" success of Stonewall Kitchen's owners, Jonathan King and Jim Stott, journey from the farmers' market to today.

Country Sampler's Country Business magazine - January 2011

Trendy ingredients and inspired pairings create specialty food concoctions that customers can't resist giving a try including Stonewall Kitchen's Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Carmel Sauce.

Woman's World magazine - October 2010

Chef Lauren Brown Costello and cookbook author of Eat Your Breakfast or Else!, states "No one needs to be asked twice to eat this breakfast, [Stonewall Kitchen Pumpkin Pancake Mix] makes great fluffy pancakes, and yields a lovely golden color and nutty notes."

Real Simple magazine - June, 2010

Road Test Condiments - In a sampling of 144 "unusual toppers" and 32 "classic varieties", Real Simple Magazine placed Stonewall Kitchen in the top 9 for its Farmhouse Red Relish, Best for Hot Dogs category. "Give any frank a spicy jolt with this piquant combination of onions and cherry peppers. A little goes a long way."

Prepared Foods magazine - April , 2010

Industry magazine states - "Mushroom flavors continue to be prominent in new product introductions. Stonewall Kitchen's Vegetable Risotto Mix is an easily prepared creamy product, available in 6 oz. packs. The varieties include: Butternut Squash Risotto Mix; Sundried Tomato Risotto Mix and Vegetable Mushroom Risotto Mix."

Better Homes and Gardens - April 2010

Fresh Finds - Stonewall Kitchen's Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

Hollywood loves specialty food products too!

Our product line has been requested to appear on the following movie sets and television shows:

It's Complicated (Universal Studios), The Good Wife (CBS), The Perfect Couple (Universal Studios), Monster-in-Law (New Line Cinema), The Other Woman (IFC Films), Away We Go (Focus Features), Something's Gotta Give (Columbia Pictures)