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Item of the Day – Bagels from Bakery by Frothy Monkey

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Plain Bagels from

Bakery by Frothy Monkey

Item 97925 – 12/6 ct case

In true Frothy Monkey fashion, our bagels are made from simple, thoughtfully-sourced ingredients. Each bagel requires a three day process to achieve artisan perfection, and we use our Sourdough starter to yield a rich and deep flavor profile with a pleasant, lingering finish.

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Item of the Day – Wypall Food Service Towels

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WypALL X80 Food Service Towels

Item 04624 – 150 ct case

WypAll X80 Foodservice Towels are a must for any foodservice operation. They are a hygienic alternative to cloth rags and laundered towels and are ideal for all general cleaning in foodservice environments. These WypAll X80 foodservice towels are made with Spunlace, a low-lint rayon and polyester material. They are durable enough for machine washing or soaking in sanitizer solutions for extended use. The soft, heavy duty cloths come conveniently and compactly packaged in a quarterfold format (an alternative to a box of rags) and are so sturdy that they can often be used more than once. Once you’ve used them a few times, they.re disposable. For your foodservice or prep operation, trust the WypAll Brand, the one that sets the standard for excellence in cloths.

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Item of the Day – Sequatchie Cove Creamery Cumberland Cheese

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Sequatchie Cove Cumberland Cheese

Item 91165 – 3 lb wheel

Origin: Sequatchie (Sequatchie, TN)
                                    
Product Details: Simple, rustic tomme, inspired by the French tomme de Savoie. Flavors are buttery and earthy with a tangy grassy note, and hints of macadamia nut.
Producer Bio: Located in Sequatchie, Tennessee, Sequatchie Cove Farm is a diversified farm that makes award-winning cheeses in their creamery using raw cows milk.

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