Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen brings a taste of New York City-style bagels to Denver, and at Local Foods Market we’re bringing that Denver favorite a little closer to you.
Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen is an authentic bagel store with locations in the Denver area specializing in the best New York City-style bagels outside of the Tri-State Region. What differentiates Rosenberg’s from other bagel shops is its process, which marries age-old techniques with a proprietary technology that replicates New York City’s water and its ideal mineral levels. This results in the perfect bagel – crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside – delicious on its own and the perfect canvas for a simple shmear or an elaborate sandwich.
Local Foods Market now sells pre-packaged bagels from Rosenberg’s and has them available at our Rise and Grind Cafe in the store for you to enjoy toasted with cream cheese.
Rosenberg’s owner and founder Joshua Pollack was born and raised in the suburbs of New York City. After graduating from high school, he took his love for food and family west, to study at the University of Colorado Boulder. It’s there he met his wife, Kara Pollack, who helps him run the delicatessen.
Drawing on his love of New York City’s classic food establishments, Joshua decided to focus on what he loves most: New York bagels and lox! Rosenberg’s Delicatessen opened in 2014. If you find yourself in that part of town, you’ll find the delicatessen also boasts house-cured and smoked fish and deli meats, authentic Jewish foods like matzo ball soup and potato latkes, an assortment of freshly baked breads and pastries, including challah, rye breads, rugelach; and more. In the meantime, you can enjoy the bagels at home by picking up some at our store at 72nd & Sheridan in Westminster.
To learn more about Rosenberg’s, visit www.RosenbergsBagels.com.
Colorado Craft Butchers
Wagyu is literally translated to “Japanese cow.” And it’s a tantalizing treat we carry at Local Foods Market in Westminster.
This melt-in-your-mouth meat is brought to us by Colorado Craft Butchers of Lakewood.
These animals are all certified by the American Wagyu Association, www.wagyu.org, and are known for high levels of Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acid
Colorado Craft Butchers gets its beef from Wagyu born and raised at Swan Ranch in the Laramie Valley north of Fort Collins.
All of the Wagyu cattle are 100% Japanese Black Wagyu, primarily from the Tajima line (known for extremely high marbling) with influence from the Fujiyoshi and Kedaka lines. These animals are raised on a mixture of grass and grain feed with open pasture and access to barn shelter. They are never given antibiotics or growth hormones. The attention to animal husbandry and focus on quality instead of quantity produces the best beef and Colorado Craft Butchers is are proud to be the sole distributor for Swan Ranch Wagyu.
You can learn more about Colorado Craft Butchers at their website at www.cocraftbutchers.com.
You can pick up Wagyu steaks, ground chuck, and more at Local Foods Market in Westminster.
When wading through the alternative milks section, it can be difficult to understand what they all are, the benefits, the pros and cons of each, where they’re from, how sustainable they are, etc.
One of the newest products on the market is “Sun Milk,” made by Boulder Sun.
Boulder Sun is a brand new, natural foods start up based in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder Sun is dedicated to developing, manufacturing and wholesaling plant-based foods that are healthy, sustainable and, most importantly, delicious.
So what is Sun Milk? It’s sunflower seed milk! Boulder Sun’s pilot product is “Sun Milk,” the only sunflower seed-based milk alternative currently on the market. Sun Milk is made with four simple ingredients: Sunflower seeds, sunflower seed lecithin, filtered water, and Himalayan sea salt.
Why sunflower seeds?
The majority of milk alternative sales are almond milk. However, almond growing can drain up to 70% more water per pound vs sunflower seeds. If that wasn’t shocking enough, at least 80% of the world’s almonds all come from central California. This puts a huge drain on an already struggling California water supply.
Individuals and loved ones with food allergies are limited in their milk choices. Sunflower seeds are not one of the eight major food allergens identified by the FDA. With no soy, dairy or tree nuts, Sun Milk is a delicious, nutritious and safe option.
An ongoing lawsuit against one of the largest almond milk producers claims fraudulent advertisement; alleging that their almond milk only contains 2% actual almonds!
Sun Milk delivers a dense punch of nutrients and flavor by keeping the water-to-seed ratio very high. In one bottle of Sun Milk, customers get approximately 1 ½ cups of sunflower seeds! Sunflower seeds contain many beneficial and naturally occurring nutrients such as protein, selenium, manganese, folate and vitamin E!
Look for Sun Milk in the refrigerated dairy section of Local Foods Market with the big “LOCALLY MADE” tag! For more information about Sun Milk, visit Boulder Sun’s website by clicking here.