Seventh Heaven Candied Pecans

November 26, 2014 1 Comment

Looking to splurge on a gift that won't soon be forgotten? Also want to support women's rights?

Look no further than the "Seventh Heaven" candied pecan gift tin from the Southern Alternatives Agricultural Cooperative. We featured them on our blog earlier this week and showed a quick tour of the plant: the only pecan operation in the United States that is  owned and run by African American women. If that isn't something to show some love and support, we don't know what is! These courageous women are providing job opportunities in southern Georgia, paying living wages, and more. All reasons to feel good about your generous purchase!

And did we mention fresh? These are the freshest pecans (just picked!) and are only available for a limited time from November through December. Limited supply; get them while they last!




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November 29, 2014

These candied pecans feel like they’re literally bursting with rich flavor in your mouth – seriously worth every penny if not more, frankly… I got to try them several years ago at a GA and still can’t get them out of my mind. Indeed, they’re highly fresh, succulent pecans.

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