Some of our favorite local Utah partners and products
Creminelli Fine Meats
Cristiano Creminelli, Artisan & Cofounder
Crafting artisanal salami isn’t new to the Creminelli family. They’ve been producing some of the finest around Biella, Italy, for generations. Now, they make their award-winning charcuterie in Salt Lake City.
Tim Welsh & Pat Ford, Cofounders
Still produced in Uintah, Utah, Beehive first began producing cheese in 2005. Brothers-in-law Tim and Pat left the software industry to follow their passion. A truly seasonal product, each batch of cheese is made with a carefully adjusted recipe to highlight the milk's unique characteristics throughout the year.
Caffe Ibis Coffee Roasting Company
Randy Wirth & Sandy Sears, Cofounders
Caffe Ibis has been roasting coffee in Logan, Utah, since 1976. Randy Wirth and Sandy Sears knew then that commitment to quality started with sourcing. Caffe Ibis offers organic, fair-trade and Smithsonian Bird-Friendly options. After producing artisan roasts from these carefully selected beans, Caffe Ibis supports more than 30 global and local causes to better their community and our world.
Moudi Sbeity, Founder
Laziz Foods focuses on imported items that are carefully curated — olive oil, herbs, spices and other ingredients are selected to reflect the authentic flavors of Moudi's childhood. With a mission of inspiring creativity in the kitchens of their customers, they’ve found themselves in the unique position of bridging their passion for food with their passion for the Salt Lake City, Utah, community they know and love.
Robbie Stout & Anna Davies, Cofounders
Park City, Utah–based Ritual Chocolate was founded in 2010 with the mission of producing exceptional chocolate while celebrating the complexities of the cacao bean. All of their bean-to-bar chocolate is made in small batches, using classic European methods with a modern American style. Each bar is a reflection of the unique flavors of the cacao’s origin.
Will Hamill, Founder
Uinta Brewing, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has won 64 brewer awards in their 25 years as a business. Needless to say, they brew exquisite, delicious beers. Named after the mountain range, Uinta Brewing runs their brewery entirely on wind and solar power.
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