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Prin Ya Custard

Prin-Ya Custard introduces Japanese style custard desserts to Salt Lake City.

Familiarly known as a flan in the U. S., baked custard tastes a bit different in Japan, where the owner grew up, and she decided to share the silky texture and gentle sweetness to the community.

While baked custard is the original idea of this business, we also wanted to cater to vegan and lactose intolerant population, and after months of experiment with recipes, we created a perfect plant-base creamy dessert that is our Vegan Custard, and it became popular with everyone: vegan or non-vegan.  

Prin-Ya Custard believes in synergistic community and “buy local” movement. Our ingredients are locally sourced when possible. 

In efforts to reduce waste and plastic pollution, Prin-Ya custards come in reusable glass jars, and empty jars are collected regularly at several locations.

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Can be found here:

Hello! Bulk Markets (355 N. 500 W.)

Jade Market (353 W. 200 S.)

Salt Lake Film Society Broadway Center Cinema (111 E. Broadway)

Japan Sage Market (1515 S. Main St.)

Sugar House Coffee (2011 S. 1100 E.)

 

Coming soon:

Cairns Cafe (9800 S. Monroe St.)

 

During Summer:

Liberty Park Farmers Market

Gusto Brazil

Since 2016 Gusto Brazil is turning a Brazilian traditional into an American passion, providing Brazilian Cheese Bread to restaurant chains and retail stores in more than 30 states in the USA. We have a very unique product made with Tapioca flour and real cheese: Mozzarella and Parmesan. Our bread is also GLUTEN-FREE, NON-GMO, SUGAR-FREE, TRANS FAT-FREE, ALL NATURAL and LOW CARBS.

We can ship nationwide and have the capacity to handle volumes from the biggest retailers.  We can private label with the lowest label commitment minimums in the industry. We are ready to be challenged on our ability to fill the largest orders.

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Can be found here:

  • All Associated Food stores in UT and ID
  • Harmons
  • Good Earth
  • Whole Foods (UT)
  • Sam’s Club

VeloWafel LLC

VeloWafel is a bike-based purveyor of the Liège Wafel, a classic street treat that dates back to the 1800s from the Liège region of Belgium. Throughout Europe wafels are found everywhere, in small shops and on carts, served any time of day, with a dusting of powdered sugar and handed over in a waxed paper sleeve, to be enjoyed while sightseeing along cobblestone streets.

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We love to vend at farmer’s markets, sporting events, and festivals. We can also bring our WafelBike to cater your event, large or small, indoors or outdoors.

If you are looking for a unique treat and vintage vending look for your reception, company party, or other events, book our WafelBike with either a full service WafelBar or you can do it yourself with our drop-off catering option.

Gary’s Caramel Corn

Why would you buy hard and crunchy popcorn when you could have an ooey-gooey, soft, and chewy caramel popcorn ball? Well, with Gary’s Original Soft Caramel Corn, you can experience the old-fashioned caramel corn of yesteryear—made in small batches over open gas fires. Each soft popcorn ball is handmade and wrapped for freshness.

Our candy maker has years of experience, mixing each batch of smooth and creamy caramel. We purchase only the finest popcorn seed, then pop and sort it to ensure crispness. Each popcorn ball and jar of caramel is made with the finest and freshest ingredients. We package our delicious products immediately to guarantee you will always enjoy the best product possible.

Our jars of old-fashioned caramel are perfect when heated and mixed onto microwave or hot-air popped popcorn, or served with apples, ice cream, and desserts. And our jars of caramel and Original Caramel popcorn balls are gluten-free. Try a Gary’s Caramel product today and enjoy a flavorful snack for the whole family.

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Can be found here:

  • HARMONS
  • FRESH MARKET
  • DAN’S
  • REAM’S
  • MACEY’S
  • DICK’S
  • PIRATE O’S
  • KENT’S MARKET PLACE

Reviews

Super delicious!

Stephanie Watts,

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