West & Southwest
Juniper Ridge Siskiyou Cabin Spray. Free from chemicals and synthetic fragrances, this mist is made with plants hand-harvested from California’s stunning Siskiyou region.
New Mexico Biscochito Company. A quintessential holiday treat, biscochitos are New Mexico’s official state cookie. Baked in small batches, tradition never tasted so good.
Yellowbird Sauce. We’re hot for the irreverent look and taste of this spicy condiment from Austin, Texas.Tangerine and carrot tame the so-good burn.
O Meyer Lemon Olive Oil. Aromatic, organic Meyer lemons crushed with hand-harvested California Mission olives create this vibrant, mildly sweet extra-virgin olive oil.
Desert Blends of Taos High Desert Polish. This New Mexico company enhances its beauty products with local and organic ingredients, such as wild-crafted sage and blue cornmeal. A portion of proceeds benefits Terra Nova Children’s Foundation.
Grace and I Harvest Press (not pictured). Handcrafted in Los Angeles, this edible-art treat features seasonal persimmons, quince, and nuts, with no added sugar.
Fat Toad Farm Salted Bourbon Caramel. This family-run company produces incredibly delicious cajeta (goat milk caramel sauce). Every step, from milking to shipping, happens on its Vermont farm.
Tonewood Maple Syrup. Feast on superb Vermont maple products from a company committed to funding climate research and local farms; you can “adopt” a tree to help.
Sea Bags/Planet Dog Snack Sack. Two Maine institutions partner to forge a clever, on-the-go feed bag for dogs, sewn from recycled sails and inspired by rock climbers’ quick-close chalk bags.
Herb N Zest Curry Pumpkin Pesto. Made with local Jersey ingredients and global spices, this vegan condiment shines in ravioli or on crostini.
The Brooklyn Salsa Company (not pictured). Made with organic produce from neighborhood farms, each kicky flavor represents NYC’s cultural melting pot. We love The Mole on roasted vegetables.
Hidden Springs Bohemian Blue. You don’t need to source blue cheese from France when you have this crumbly, sweet-tangy option. Swoon-worthy when served with fresh pears.
Intelligent Nutrients Certified Organic Peppermint Hydrosol. Cool peppermint, the star ingredient in this energizing mist, comes from an alternative-energy-powered organic farm in Osceola, Wisconsin.
Spirit Valley Wild Rice Cranberry Pilaf. Did you know that Wisconsin produces more than half of all cranberries grown in the United States? We love this easy side dish with toasted almonds.
MM Local Western Slope Peaches. Savor Colorado’s fleeting peach season all year long with these sweet preserves sourced from local farmers (tracking info included).
West Paw Design Reknitz Sweater. A Bozeman, Montana outfit designs, makes, and ships gorgeous dog sweaters from under one roof, using 76 percent reclaimed cotton.
Cowgirl Chocolates Sarsaparilla Milk Chocolate Bar. In Idaho, folks still saddle up for a sarsaparilla. This mild milk chocolate harkens back to that old-fashioned soda fountain taste.
Bozeman Brewing Company Bozone Select Amber Ale (not pictured). Branch out beyond bubbly! Toast the season with this local brew made from pale barley grown and malted in Montana.
Birchworks Kahiltna Gold. In Alaska, it’s not maple but birch that makes the perfect pancake accompaniment. This certified organic syrup flows from old-growth trees.
Baia Pasta. This Oakland, California company makes artisanal, coarser-texture pasta with U.S. grown, organic wheat. Beautiful boxes, too.
Three Little Figs Tomato Tapas Jam. Don’t be surprised if this smoky preserve, crafted in small batches in Portland, Oregon, becomes a new kitchen staple.
Jacobsen Salt Co. Pinot Noir Flake Salt. Willamette Valley Pinot Noir imparts a rosy hue and rich flavor to this flake salt, harvested from cold waters off the Oregon Coast.
Alaskan Salsa Salmon (not pictured). A surprising but undeniably tasty combination of Alaska-sourced ingredients.
Boat Street Pickles Pickled Raisins (not pictured). A Seattle favorite, these plump golden raisins are cured in a sweet and tangy syrup of cider vinegar, mustard seed, thyme, and arbol chile.
Zkano Organic Cotton Socks. Fort Payne, Alabama, was the world’s sock-making capital before outsourcing closed many mills. Committed local manufacturing makes these funky socks ideal gifts.
Valley Green Naturals Creamy Organic Cleansing Bath Oil. Soak up Virginia pride with this luscious and moisturizing bath treatment made from a blend of USDA Organic oils, including coconut, jojoba, and olive.
Reginald’s Homemade Nut Butters. Starting with Virginia roasted peanuts, these gourmet spreads include Bourbon Pecan, Hazelnut Amaretto, and White Chocolate Macadamia flavors.
Callie’s Charleston Biscuits. Serve these transcendent pillows throughout the season; your guests never need to know who did the baking.
Belle Chevre Cheesecake (not pictured). Made with rich Alabama goat cheese, this airy, moist, and creamy cheesecake raises a classic dessert to a whole new level. Yes, it’s that good.