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Item of the Day – Canned Pumpkin

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Canned Pumpkin

Item 03274 – 6/6.6 lb case
Item 90562 – 6.6 lb can
Seneca selects naturally sweet, vine-ripened pumpkins to make our premium solid pack pumpkin puree. Pumpkin is one of the most versatile ingredients in your kitchen – use it in delicious desserts like pumpkin pie, cake, or cheesecake. You can make pumpkin muffins, walnut bread, oatmeal cookies – even soup. Whatever pumpkin recipes you choose to delight your customers, Seneca’s quality and consistency means perfect results, every time.

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Item of the Day – Select Oyster Gallons

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Select Oyster Gallons

Item 48218 – Gallon

Shucked oysters are designated according to size. Standards are the smallest classification of shucked oysters, selects are the middle size grade and counts are the largest. Shucked oysters are one of  our most popular products. Our shucked product is a wild caught Chesapeake Bay oyster where the meat is shucked from the shell.  Oysters are packed in their own liquor which is necessary for most recipes requiring oysters. Our shucked oysters are hand shucked daily and packed in gallons. Shucked oysters will have 10 -14 day refrigerated shelf life upon receipt. Selects are the middle classification of shucked oysters and are the most popular of all the sizes. Select size oysters are the most versatile size oyster that are used in most recipes. They can be stewed, fried, baked or just eaten out of the container.

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Item of the Day – Thanksgiving Spices / White Peppercorns

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White Peppercorns

Item 98996 – 6 ct case

Item 97097 – 20 oz jar

White peppercorns are actually a byproduct of a black peppercorn. When mature, black peppercorns are soaked in running water and the outer layer is rubbed away, a white peppercorn with subtler flavor results. Loved by the French, these are ground and used for cream sauces and clear broths.

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