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La Prima Espresso Co.

POD LOCAL

Founded by Sam Patti in 1988 on Smallman Street in the Strip District of Pittsburgh, La Prima Espresso has remained a premiere Pittsburgh coffee roaster for more than 20 years. La Prima offers organic options, is Fair Trade certified and roasts some of the finest coffees available. They remain a valuable member of the local community through their employment practices and in the world community through their green coffee sourcing. We are proud to carry their Fair Trade certified La Casa, Paulie’s Blend, Rachel Carson, Buona Pasqua, Uganda and Dark, along with their famous Miscella Bar espresso!


Soldier Boy Beef Jerky

POD LOCAL

100% USDA-CERTIFIED BEEF, MADE IN THE USA

Founded in 2016 by Christopher Prascus, a veteran of the United States Air Force, 421st Black Widow Fighter Squadron (armament systems specialist). The beef jerky recipes were handed down from generation to generation using all-natural signature spices and premium beef combined with a slow smoke for a perfect finish. Made in small batches for a high-quality, robust, tender jerky. A portion of proceeds donated to qualified veteran’s assistance programs.


Killik Hot Sauces

COD LOCAL

Killik Hot Sauce Company is owned and operated by Michael Killik; veteran, father of four daughters, stroke and heart attack survivor. After surviving the heart attack, Michael decided he had to change his way of life but loved hot sauce! He researched that most hot sauces have very high sodium levels and that this could’ve been a contributing factor to his heart attack. Having been dabbling in his own hot sauce making, he found that what he was creating was a better tasting, better looking and much healthier hot sauce!


Brickyard Sloppy Joe Sauce

COL LOCAL

Donald Hill, the owner of Traditions Sauces and Brickyard Sloppy Joe Sauce is a University of Toledo graduate and a US Navy Veteran who served in Marine combat in Afghanistan. While serving in the military he was eating a MRE (meal ready-to-eat) that contained sloppy joe sandwich. He ate some and it was awful and made him long for the sloppy joes he enjoyed growing up. When he returned, he along with his mother, mixed up an old family recipe and it was so good he got to wondering if they could sell it commercially.


Amazing Hazel’s Hot Sauce

INDY LOCAL

David VanWye founded Amazing Hazel’s products from a childhood memory of a wonderful sauce that Dave’s grandmother had made for her family and loved ones. It was fresh, zesty and made with great care and love. Amazing Hazel’s is a small batch, artisan company and though they have grown in volume and offerings, each product and batch is still made with great care and attention to detail. Their hot sauces are versatile and are made with fresh ingredients.


Crazy Horse Coffee

POD LOCAL

On any given early morning that you walk through the doors of Crazy Horse Coffee, you will be greeted with a pleasant welcome from behind the counter by one of the shop’s Caffeine-Dealers, or as they coin themselves, caffeine dealers. You can look around at the shop’s many offerings while you wait for your caffeine choice to be prepared. On first observation, it is apparent that owner James Bendel has taken careful effort in planning out all of the details of the shop, many of which honor his past career with the army. The Washington, PA store sports the name Crazy Horse Coffee, the name of James’s army unit during his two tours in Iraq: Crazy Horse Troop 1st Squadron 14th Cavalry Regiment. But the coffee shop’s name isn’t the only relic of Jim’s story; his framed army jacket adorns the entrance along with photographs of his troop members and patriotic artwork.