September 22 - 24, 2017 | Myrtle Beach Convention Center

Specialty Marketplace

Benjamin’s Bakery & Café

Benjamin’s Bakery & Café
Coffee, Espresso, Bagels, Bread and Sweets. Benjamin’s is a fresh, local bakery who has served the Grand Strand area for 20 years. You’re definitely in for a treat when you sample Ed’s delicious breads, bagels and sweets.

Big Sam's Italian Dressing

Big Sam’s Italian Salad Dressing & Marinade
When “Big Sam” Diminich came to this country in 1927 from his home in the region around Trieste in Northern Italy, one of the few things he brought with him was his family’s salad dressing recipe. He and his wife Sarah opened the Roma Restaurant in Myrtle Beach, S.C. in 1951 when there were only four restaurants in the town. The Roma was known for its great food (The New York Times said it had “excellent Italian food” and Mick Jagger proclaimed the fettucine “mahvelous” when he and Jerry Hall dined there in 1976). The family operated the Roma for over fifty years with the house salad being one of its signature items. Big Sam’s son bottled the dressing and made it available to the public three years ago. It’s a wonderful gift because you can’t find anything like it in the grocery store. It is “Weight Watchers” acceptable with zero points. The word “addicted” has been used.

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Home Sweet Farm
The farm plants a large variety of traditional southern fruits and vegetables. Plus, you’ll find local honey from the farm’s Carniolan Honeybee colony.

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Fisher Road Oils & Honey                                                                                           Fisher Road is a small, rural company that loves nature, beekeeping, and essential oils!  Offering natural, hand-made products such as beeswax candles, beeswax balms, honey soaps, body butters, sea salt scrubs, and more!

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Blue Pup Bakery
Blue Pup Bakery offers all natural, homemade dog treats made with high quality ingredients in a variety of tasty flavors using real meat, fresh local vegetables and organic coconut oil. Some of our most popular flavors include bacon bites, apple and chicken, peanut butter and banana oat and even our gluten free sweet potato jerky. Our sister company, Upcycled Pup, has colorful, durable dog toys made from upcycled t-shirts. Everything is locally made with lots of good karma!

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Mountain Man Honey and Goods is a family based business selling the best honey around! We sell local raw, pure honey as well as specialty honey from some of our surrounding states. We deliver the honey straight from the hive to the consumer just the way the bee intended.

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Palmetto Farms

Stone ground grits are a part of who we are. David Dorman and his sons, Andrew and Devin are carrying on a family business started by David’s grandfather. In the early 1930s, quality stone ground grits and corn meal were available on the farm to friends, family and local folks. It wasn’t long before the word spread and people began to come from far away to buy their favorites corn products. Today, at Palmetto Farms, they still use the same traditional milling equipment and premium raw ingredients to produce the finest stone ground products available.
“Quality is important to us. We only use the finest ingredients. The process is often slow and by hand but we enjoy creating these classic southern foods. They are natural, healthy and delicious. People love them. We are proud to keep this traditional alive.”

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Johnboy Pottery

Every piece of earthenware pottery is carefully handcrafted by local artisan John Trudeau. John has trained and studied with several area professional potters including Ceramics courses at Coastal Carolina University. Although some items may certainly be used as decorative art; everyday functionality is the cornerstone of purpose. Many items are created using impressions from antique doilies discovered throughout the South and Mid West while others are embellished or stamped with seahorses, turtles, shells, butterflies, hummingbirds or dragonflies reflecting our beautiful Carolina coastline. After hand building and bisque firing, all items are glazed (lead free) and fired again at cone 6 (2232 degrees). All pieces are food, dishwasher and microwave safe. Thank you for adding my pottery to your décor. May it serve you and your family for many generations.

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