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Flavors of New Mexico

 

Sweet or Savory

Salty or Spicy

Salsas or Soup Mixes

Chile: Fresh, Dried or Frozen

 

New Mexico companies that ship nationwide

 

 

New Mexico is a flavorful place; an overlooked foodie destination with a unique flair for finding ways to add chile to virtually every meal. When I moved away from New Mexico I missed my family, friends, the mountains and food…not necessarily in that order. Trips home involved chile immersion on arrival, consuming it in every way possible while at home, and packing light to make sure there was ample room to return with a supply of New Mexico’s favorite fruit. By the way, it’s a fruit. High in vitamin C when it is green. High in vitamin A when it is red. Ordering "Christmas," aka both, covers all bases.

 

There are numerous delicious treats that are familiar to locals, but difficult to procure for people outside of the state. On the New Mexico Nomad social media platforms, food is a regular topic, and where to order various food items is one of the most common questions. With that in mind I compiled a variety of outstanding local companies that will ship virtually any form of New Mexico flavor to your door, all with online ordering available. Whether you are purchasing wholesale or retail, support the local companies that support our communities.

 

 

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  • Ed’s passion for goat farming combines his childhood memories with his professional career as a psychiatric nurse practitioner. He enjoys working with children and families, many of whom have benefited from the therapeutic effects of spending time with goats at the farm. In July of 2007, they opened their dairy with a Grade A license and started selling their award-winning chèvre. In 2008, they started making semi-hard cheeses such as McIntosh Cheddar, Sandia Sunrise Gouda and Manzano Blue Moon (their national award-winning Blue cheese). The aged cheeses produced by The Old Windmill Dairy are the first in New Mexico to be aged in a cellar specially designed to recreate the unique effects of cave-aging. After the cheeses are ripened and aged to perfection they are hand packed and labeled with names that represent pride in the quality of the cheese and the state of New Mexico. The chèvre boasts names that are often a double entendre like Chili n Hot, The Great Caper, and Country Thyme while aged and ripened cheeses are named after New Mexico mountains and meadows such as Jemez Springs, Manzano Blue Moon, Valles Caldera, Sangre De Cristo, Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda, and Wheeler Peak.
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  • Celina’s Biscochitos specializes in making the authentic official New Mexico state cookie – biscochitos. Celina’s Biscochitos uses a family recipe passed down from Celina’s grandmother, Maggie, to create their traditional New Mexican cookies. The recipe calls for hand-making and hand-cutting each cookie individually to ensure the highest quality and exceptional flavor, giving the cookies that “melt in your mouth” quality. Although they make their product with flavorful twists on the original recipe, it is extremely important to them that they maintain the true flavor of a traditional Biscochito. Celina’s mantra when crafting new flavors is “if we can’t taste a traditional biscochito in each one of our products, it’s no longer a biscochito.” Product Line: Traditional, Green Chile Pecan, Red Chile, Lemon, Cocoa Chocolate Chip. Featured Holiday Flavor: Cranberry Walnut
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  • The Salopek family came to America in 1923 from Croatia, Austria-Hungary. After working stints as a steel mill worker and a sheep famer, the Salopek family planted their first pecan tree in 1955. Overcoming natural disasters and economic downturns, the orchard continued to grow. Today, the Salopek family farms over 6,000 acres of pecans in the fertile Rio Grande Valley, making it the largest family owned pecan farm in the world. They are committed to providing only the finest quality pecans, grown in the fertile Rio Grande Valley soil, cultivated by the Salopek family. They provide pecans wholesale and retail, as well as an array of tantalizing pecan confections. Corporate gifts are also available.
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  • New Mexico Gold was established in Socorro, NM by Ernest and Theresa McBride. Ernest has always been a creative entrepreneur and values his community and locally grown produce. Together, Ernest and Theresa created a unique product, a smooth and addictive olive oil infused with authentic New Mexico red and green chiles and garlic. New Mexicans are known for putting chile on everything to enhance the flavor. After many variations and recipes, the couple finally came up with the perfect combination of olive oil, chile, and garlic. Oro Rojo is infused with red chile and garlic, while the Oro Verde is infused with green chile and garlic. Ernest and Theresa started out giving samples of oil to friends and co-workers. One co-worker called it “gold.” That was the beginning of New Mexico Gold. ​ The chile-infused oil soon became very popular with the local community, especially during the holidays. After getting off to a great start, the chile oil business had to be put on hold for personal reasons. Theresa was diagnosed with ALS in 2010 and passed away the following year. After struggling for many years, Ernest and his three children are focusing on making his and Theresa’s dream a reality.​
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  • Twenty years ago, New Mexico Piñon Coffee Company started with the original owner roasting coffee out of the back of his classic red pickup truck in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Today, New Mexico Piñon Coffee is one of the largest coffee roasters in the state, roasting over 1 million pounds of coffee per year. Their products can be found in just about every grocery store in New Mexico as well as Costco Colorado and in Trader Joe’s nationwide. Each order is made fresh in our factory and shipped within 24 hours. The coffee is made of a multi-bean blend of the finest high-altitude Arabica coffee and a custom piñon flavoring. All coffees are hand-roasted under the watchful supervision of master roasters to assure quality, flavor, and aroma. Aside from our Traditional Piñon coffee, we offer almost 30 flavors including our own locally inspired flavors of Biscochito and Mexican Spiced Chocolate, as well as a specialty line of Signature Blends. In addition to coffee, we also offer a selection of delicious foods, spices, and salsas that are made in New Mexico.
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  • The Chocolate Cartel is obsessed with one thing: Making the best tasting chocolate around. No fluff, no flair, just amazing recipes coupled with some of the finest cacao on the planet. They proudly put people to work, not machines, executing every step by hand. It all started in 2001, when Certified Master Chocolatier and Chef de Cuisine Scott J. Van Rixel opened a quaint chocolate shop in Taos, NM, complete with old jail cells converted to chocolate tasting rooms. His memorable chocolate confections immediately drew wild buzz from locals and visitors. Soon after, his brother, Tim, joined him in New Mexico to continue the mission of creating simple, handmade creations that absolutely speak for themselves. They moved the shop to Albuquerque, NM in 2009 where they continue giving people their chocolate fix, one addictive piece at a time.
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  • Chimayo To Go started in 1998. They offer a wide variety of New Mexico products, including several that draw on the delicious flavor of Chimayo heirloom chile. They pride themselves on providing high quality New Mexico food products with excellent service, bringing a taste of the Land of Enchantment to people around the world. They offer jellies/jams, salsas, sauces, cookbooks, mixes, snacks, dips, dry chile and spices to fill your holiday with the flavor and scents of New Mexico.
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  • Buffet’s candy is a local icon, with the giant candy cane on Lomas. All of their confections are delicious, but it is THE source for piñon candy. George Buffett started Buffett's Candies after graduating from the University of New Mexico in 1951 with a degree in Business Administration. His children, and now grandchildren, took over the business when he passed away. They continue the family traditions, producing delectable candy, with fresh ingredients and no preservatives.
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  • Coonridge’s business philosophy extends beyond providing excellent cheese. They are committed to proving that wonderful taste and nutritional superiority doesn't have to come at the expense of the environment. Beyond promoting sustainable, non-chemical, non-factory farmed animal husbandry and cheese making, Coonridge strives to live in harmony with the natural world. The farm is located at 8000 feet, near the Continental Divide. Each morning after milking, the goats and their Maremma guardian dogs go off to enjoy their day in the rim rock country of western New Mexico. There are no fences and no human neighbors for miles. The dogs protect the goats from predators, including mountain lion, bear, coyote and wolves. The goats are not given hormones, antibiotics or chemical wormers. Customers appreciate the quality of the cheeses. The goats appreciate feeding in the wild, high desert beauty of New Mexico.
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  • Sandia Seed offers a large variety of open-pollinated pepper seeds to home gardeners including the famous New Mexico Hatch Green Chile varieties in all heat levels, as well as Super Hot Peppers like Carolina Reapers, Ghost Peppers, Trinidad Scorpion peppers, or sweet peppers like Japanese Shishito peppers and Italian Pepperoncini peppers. They also offer Heirloom Tomato seeds, featuring some of the tastiest tomatoes you can grow. They source organically-grown seeds, and have a Safe Seed Pledge: "We must protect this foundation as a safe and genetically stable seed source for future generations. For the benefit of all farmers, gardeners, and consumers who want an alternative, we pledge that we do not knowingly buy or sell genetically engineered (GMO) seeds or plants. Further, we wish to support agricultural progress that leads to healthier soils, genetically diverse agricultural ecosystems and ultimately people and communities." Website: www.sandiaseed.com
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  • Southwest Heritage Mill was established in 2005 as Indio-Hispano Native Foods, LLC. It quickly grew from a community-based company in Albuquerque to a company with a national and international presence. Its main focus is roasting and milling whole grain, non-gmo corn using red, white, blue and yellow corn varieties to produce the highest quality products. Whole grain cornmeal and corn products have all the essential nutrients and fiber that naturally-occurs in the corn kernel. It has a higher oil content compared to de-germed or refined corn. The de-germing process removes most of the nutritional/mineral content and fiber that is contained in the germ and pericarp/bran. Whether you are looking for blue corn products, delicious New Mexico mixes (sopapillas, muffins, breads, etc.) or sassy snacks (green and red chile potato chips, corn chips and corn nuts), Southwest Heritage Mill has tantalizing treats for your taste buds.
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  • More than 82 years ago the Franzoy family first began growing chile in Hatch, New Mexico. When they first arrived from Austria they had no idea what chile was. Today, the Franzoy clan has grown to over 700 and many continue farming Hatch chile today. The Hatch Chile Story continues that legacy. They grow a variety of chile, from mild to wild, in the fields around Hatch. Hand picking, roasting, peeling and packing guarantees the highest quality product. They ship fresh chile during harvest, with a pre-rder discount available on their website.
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  • Take your appetite on a tour of New Mexico. Peek inside Apple Canyon’s online gourmet general store - a source for premium specialty food products and gifts made in New Mexico. Their products combine the influence of Spanish, Mexican and Native American cuisine, resulting in a truly New Mexican experience. They believe the soul of cooking is about enjoying life and celebrating with friends and family. They also add a modern twist, drawing upon ingredients that are growing in popularity. The product assortment, serving suggestions, easy-to-prepare recipes and informative product descriptions make shopping at Apple Canyon an enjoyable and taste-tempting experience. I’m committed to creating the finest, award-winning gourmet food products. Their products have found a place at the tables of fine resorts and restaurants, gourmet, gift, gallery and grocers throughout the US and in Germany. They have combined imagination and history with some unique high-quality ingredients to create an incredible culinary experience. From the Apple Canyon family to yours, Bien venidos y esperamos que usted nos visitará otra vez.
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  • Ol' Gringo is proudly operated by a mother and daughter. The company is named after the family patriarch, Ed Berridge, the Ol' Gringo, who originally made the red sauce in a big kettle out in the yard on the family farm in Garfield, NM many years ago. Buckets of big, red chile pods went into a colander and the pot, making a pureed sauce. By the end of the day, there were 40 or 50 family gathered around. No one left empty-handed. By the gallon, they took the sauce home. Today, Ol' Gringo Chile Company uses the same care with its chile sauces and salsa. Since 1992, Ol' Gringo has delighted thousands of customers with their family chile sauce recipe. The red is made from dehydrated red chile and has that authentic New Mexico flavor. Each jar of green sauce is packed with green chile. You can see it in the jar. They offer mix and match cases of a variety of salsas and sauces on their website, as well as some fantastic recipes.
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  • Santa Fe Olé was established in 2009 and has been responsible for providing outstanding, hand crafted, salsas and sauces ever since. Our specialty is producing New Mexico Green Chile products, we are also northern New Mexico's only small batch contract packer. Santa Fe Ole Food Company produces the most robust line of shelf stable New Mexican grown Chile products in the state of New Mexico.
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  • What began as a dream in 2013, has now blossomed into a full-fledged reality. The owners had a vision, for a sustainable beverage company, focused on giving back to New Mexico through art, music, and supporting local economy. A portion of the proceeds are invested into Zia Pueblo to generate products that can be used by the company, like investments in beekeeping for honey and planting watermelon crops for a new beverage (under wraps for now). The dream is to provide a unique, high quality product, that creates jobs for locals and generates revenue to invest in projects that keep the economic benefit cascading through the community. Currently offering three flavors with a line of sparkling waters launching soon!
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  • PistachioLand located outside of Alamogordo, NM is a destination that is enjoyed by all ages! It is the home of the World's Largest Pistachio, Pistachio Tree Ranch, McGinn's Country Store and Arena Blanca Winery. At PistachioLand, experience our motorized farm tour, take your photo with the World's Largest Pistachio, shop inside our country store for farm grown and hand crafted goodies, sit on our cool porch with views of the mountains, try our free samples at the pistachio bar, enjoy our wine tasting room, and grab a sweet treat in our PistachioLand ice cream parlor. There is so see and experience at McGinn's PistachioLand!
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  • In college, Hannah’s hobbies kept her busy, but one unique hobby had her hunting all corners of the world for the most exquisite taste, honey collecting. Wherever she would go, honey was always the choice to bring home from a good trip. When she met Brian, the brainstorming began. How could they incorporate the greatest tasting honey from all over the world with the freshest, most organic infusions to create an experience unlike any other? SolBee Company was born. With several delectable, unique flavors, including lavender, cinnamon, vanilla bean, red chile, jalapeno and desert wildflower, Solbee honey is an ideal gift for any occasion.
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New Mexico's Chile Obsession
 

When New Mexicans encounter one another outside of the state chile is typically the topic within 5 minutes or less. It's a staple of the local diet to the point of obsession. It's also good for you. Green is high in vitamin C and red is high in vitamin A, which leads to the state question: red, green or Christmas?

New Mexico Products
Celina's Biscochitos
 

Few people have heard of biscochitos (aka Bizcochito) outside of New Mexico. This regional treat is traditionally served during celebrations, like weddings, baptisms and holidays, especially Christmas. It has been the official state cookie of New Mexico since 1989, when New Mexico became the first state to choose a state cookie.

 

New Mexico Products
Hatch Chile

 

It is the "Chile Capital of the World." The small town of Hatch, NM is home to the best-tasting chile crop on the planet, and you won't find a community more proud of its heritage.

New Mexico People
Why chile? Ask Aunt June.

 

91-year-old June Rutherford, a native of Hatch, New Mexico, provides tips on chile; “When it’s got an orange vein, it’s hotter than the devil!”. She recounts how the Hatch Valley’s became the “Chile Capital of the World.” She credits her longevity, in part, to consuming copious quantities of the spicy fruit. “That’s the trick – work hard and eat a lot of chile!."

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Flavors of New Mexico

 

Sweet or Savory

Salty or Spicy

Salsas or Soup Mixes

Chile: Fresh, Dried or Frozen

 

New Mexico companies that ship nationwide

 

New Mexico is a flavorful place; an overlooked foodie destination with a unique flair for finding ways to add chile to virtually every meal. When I moved away from New Mexico I missed my family, friends, the mountains and food…not necessarily in that order. Trips home involved chile immersion on arrival, consuming it in every way possible while at home, and packing light to make sure there was ample room to return with a supply of New Mexico’s favorite fruit. By the way, it’s a fruit. High in vitamin C when it is green. High in vitamin A when it is red. Ordering "Christmas," aka both, covers all bases.

 

There are numerous delicious treats that are familiar to locals, but difficult to procure for people outside of the state. On the New Mexico Nomad social media platforms, food is a regular topic, and where to order various food items is one of the most common questions. With that in mind I compiled a variety of outstanding local companies that will ship virtually any form of New Mexico flavor to your door, all with online ordering available. Whether you are purchasing wholesale or retail, support the local companies that support our communities.

 

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