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Tempe is known as a city with great taste. From pink champagne jelly to fresh Sonoran honey, from Szechuan orange spice pasta to ghost pepper salsa, Tempe is a place where local, organic and healthy food purveyors can succeed. 
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Ahimsa Essentials
http://www.ahimsaessentials.com/
ahimsa Essentials makes diffuser jewelry, sugar scrubs, lotions, essential oils and more using earth-friendly, sustainable, cruelty-free and 100% plant-based (vegan) products that relieve, repair, and renew. Queenie Scherer and her husband Sean are naturopaths and engineers living in Tempe. 

cheese curds webArizona Cheese Company 
http://www.arizonacheese.com 
Arizona Cheese Company processes up to 500,000 pounds of milk per day. With its opening in 2009, Arizona has become second only to Wisconsin in the total number of pounds produced of Blue-veined cheeses and is now the largest producer of private-label Blue-veined cheeses in the United States. 

Beer and Spirits 
Tempe is known for great beer from companies such as Four Peaks and The Shop Beer Co. Check out this list of breweries and distilleries that produce these beverages for local and national audiences. 


Carolyn’s Classics 
http://www.carolynsclassics.com 
Jams, jellies, pickles and sauces by a Tempe woman with a PhD in Nursing. The foods are preserved locally with no preservatives or additives, low sugar, low sodium, and low cholesterol in flavors such as Pink Champagne Jelly and Pumpkin Butter. 


Chompie's 
www.chompies.com
While primarily known in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area for its delicious restaurants, Chompie's also sells its locally-baked bagels, danishes, muffins and breads to more than 500 resorts, restaurants, grocery stores and caterers.  

cartel webCoffee Roasters and Independent Shops
Maybe it's because we are a college town, but Tempe has an amazing number of roasters and gourmet shops. Check here for a list. 

Cookies from Home 
www.cookiesfromhome.com/
Cookies from Home opened in 1977 baking cookies for Mill Avenue visitors. Soon, customers began ordering gifts for friends, family and business associates near and far. Today, Cookies from Home ships custom baskets around the world. 

Crockett Honey 
http://www.crocketthoney.com
Founded in 1945, Crockett Honey Co. operates 6,500 beehives in Arizona’s Sonoran desert. The product is 100 percent pure honey. 

Doctor Hummus 
http://doctorhummus.com/
From the North African country of Tunisia to a kitchen in Tempe, Doctor Hummus is famous for flavor without preservatives. The company creates 2,000 tubs of six flavors of hummus for groceries stores and operates a local restaurant. 

Laura’s Gourmet Granola 
http://www.laurasgourmet.com
Try Laura's trans-fat free, all natural, and artisan-crafted with flavors including Applicious, hot chocolate, pumpkin pecan and more. You'll want it for more than hiking. 

Kettle Heroes Gourmet Popcorn
www.kettleheroes.com
Kettle heroes makes beautifully packaged and delicious gourmet popcorn that you can find in their new factory store and in many stores, such as Sprouts. The popcorn is gluten free, nut free, kosher and best of all, 20 percent of all proceeds go to local charities and causes. 

Mission Foods 
https://www.missionfoods.com 
Mission Foods operates one of its major manufacturing plants in Tempe. Mission is among the world’s leading tortilla and salsa makers. 

Rango Honey
https://rangohoney.com/
Rango Honey harvests raw honey and bee pollen from over 1,500 private hives located throughout Arizona. The family-owned and operated company was started to provide a special needs family member with only the purest natural foods.  

sting and linger webSting-n-Linger Salsa Company
http://www.stingnlinger.com
A variety of salsas, hot sauces, oils and marinara sauces made to produce a lingering sting. Products use fresh chilies, fresh peppers, fresh onions, fresh garlic, and fresh cilantro. No chemicals are used and everything is preserved with lemon juice, lime juice or red wine vinegar. 

Sun Orchard
https://sunorchard.com/
Originally a packing-house operation during the heyday of the Arizona citrus industry, Sun Orchard’s juice business was created by utilizing one of the principles of sustainability – finding a valuable use for waste. The company had been simply discarding citrus that was not quite attractive enough for grocery store shelves, but the riper fruit made a delicious juice so good that Sun Orchard dropped the packing-house operation to focus on making fresh-squeezed juices.