Lindsay Farms Specialties is a family owned business committed to creating high quality and unique Southern Gourmet specialty items that are rich in tradition, naturally nutritious and utterly delicious. Since 1985, Lindsay Farms has been creating southern delicacies in small batches from traditional family recipes. Lindsay Farms products feature the finest ingredients available, including the internationally famous Vidalia onion of southern Georgia, as well as many other vegetables and spices indigenous to the South. All Lindsay Farms products are inspired by beloved, time-honored recipes, reflecting the special ambiance of a bygone age. However, the products have been adapted for today’s gourmet contemporary cooks to form exceptional tastes that are as distinctive as is Lindsay Farms colorful packaging.
Some of Lindsay Farms’s unique best sellers include salsas (blackeye pea, mango lime, strawberry, tropical pineapple, wild Maine blueberry, raspberry chipotle, Georgia peach, mandarin orange and spicy Alabama peach), preserves (backyard blackberry, wild Maine blueberry, Georgia peach, Moon Glow pear, muscadine, mayhaw, key lime curd, fig, cantaloupe, praline pecan and peach), butters (pumpkin, sweet potato, apple, peach, praline pecan apple, cantaloupe and cherry apple), appetizer jellies (Raz’Berry Jalapeño, blackberry jalapeño, red pepper jalapeño, green jalapeño and peach jalapeño), relishes (Vidalia onion chow-chow, green tomato chow-chow, Vidalia onion relish, pear relish, and Vidalia onion corn relish) and barbecue sauces (Vidalia onion, Georgia peach and mountain apple).
“What a wonderful time we had at the Summer 2013 Fancy Food Show in New York,” said Joe Winton, owner of Lindsay Farms. “We enjoyed meeting many of our competitors and loyal retailers. It was a joy to see old friends and make some new ones. We hope you had a chance to stop by booth 4278 and say hello.”
If you did not have a chance to visit Lindsay Farms’ booth at this year’s Summer Fancy Food Show, give the company a call at 800.243.4608, or check the company out online at www.lindsayfarms.com.