Hand To Mouth Edible’s Veggie Delights Available at American Feast
There’s a pretty good story about how Hand To Mouth Edibles got to be such a great place to get delicious and healthy vegetarian alternatives.
Have you ever made a wonderful gourmet dish and then have someone say, "Hey, this tastes great! You could sell that...people would love to buy your food!"
Well, that's pretty much how Hand To Mouth Edibles was founded back in the day. Aaron Baum, a communications consultant and self-described "guy who loves to cook" listened to the suggestions of family and friends. He took their advice and changed careers to start his own gourmet food company.
Aaron realized that high quality spreads and tapenades were not so easily available and knew from the beginning that the key to making his gourmet foods taste great was using the finest all-natural ingredients. In 1997, Hand To Mouth Edibles was brought to the market with all-natural gourmet tapenades and spreads.
Ambrosias and tapenades are delicious, versatile products that the professional and the home-cook alike can appreciate. They're an appetizer in a jar, a distinctive condiment to spice up a meal, or a special addition to a gift or picnic basket. Day-by-
Aaron believes in giving something back to the community. So a portion of their profits benefit Share Our Strength - a national non-profit organization working to alleviate hunger and poverty. Aaron and the folks at Hand To Mouth Edibles are working hard to make great food while making a difference in the world we live in.
Says American Feast president Jeff Deasy, “Aaron and his company uphold the same values that inspired the creation of our company. We couldn’t be prouder of our partnership with Hand To Mouth Edibles. And the food they create is just delicious!”
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American Feast champions food from sustainable farms over food from factories and slow food over fast food. By working with entrepreneurial families we deliver an imaginative mix of culinary delights from the USA's most creative kitchens and family farms.