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Enter: The Pickleback

Although no one is sure where the Pickleback came from, the actual term Pickleback was introduced by New York bartender Reggie Cunningham in 2007.  In his original recipe, Cunningham used a shot of Old Crow bourbon and a shot of … Continue reading

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Did you know…America was named after a pickle salesman?

It’s true, Amerigo Vespucci—for whom this country was named—was a pickle peddler. As a chandler, it was his business to sell sails,ropes, and other supplies to sailing ships. This included the scurvy remedy, vitamin-c rich pickled vegetables. In 1492 more … Continue reading

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America Loves Pickles!

Americans consume more than 9 pounds of pickles per person annually. More than 67 percent of all households eat pickles, purchasing pickles every 53 days. source: Pickle Packers International

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