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White Girl Salsa Makes for A Sassy Custom Sticker

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We recently met artisanal salsa company White Girl Salsa (Editor's Note: White Girl Salsa is now known as Winking Girl Salsa) at a local TEDx Boulder event and we were stoked when they called us up to order these custom die cut stickers. Already flavor fans of this trendy salsa brand, we were excited to see how well these uniquely contoured stickers, featuring their awesome retro salsa gal, turned out.


White Girl Salsa has been distributing its cheeky recipe bursting with bold taste since 2009. And with a name like White Girl Salsa, this product aims to turn some heads. The inspiration behind the name comes from founder Julie Nirvelli, who uncovered the creative tongue and cheek reference after impressing Latino friends with her sassy version of  tomatillo salsa. The story goes that after licking their fingers clean, Julies' harshest critics lovingly called her recipe ‘White Girl Salsa’ and the name became permanent. With a whole range of flavors to fit any palate, what's not to love?

WHITE GIRL SALSA FLAVORS:


White Girl Salsa currently offers 5 varieties of our fresh-tasting, vegan, gluten-free, tomatillo-based salsa:

  • Mild Tomatillo

  • Medium Tomatillo

  • Hot Tomatillo

  • Smokey Chipotle

  • Cranberry Mango


Perhaps one of the best things about this company is that Head Honcho Julie Nirvelli, is a female entrepreneur whose unique business sense set her apart in the market place from the start. After spending time in her youth around high achieving businesses ventures, Julie had no doubt that she would one day start a company of her own.

White Girl Salsa took a big leap into the local food market just two and half years ago and has since expanded into RealSimple.com, won Naturally Boulder’s coveted Pitch Slam contest, was featured on Cooking with Paula Deen in “Paula’s Kitchen Helpers.” made a spot on KMGH Channel 7 with Gabby Gourmet, made WGS in the Denver Business Journal, was touted in Denver Food Examiner as one of the “few excellent salsas,” made 5280 Magazine’s e-newsletter, Table Talk.

Julie’s business savvy is experienced through her dedication to providing a customer experience with an emphasis on the wow factor--from branding, to purchasing, to taste.

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 “Head Honcho” Julie Nirvelli




 

 

Roots Natural Foods

Roots Natural Foods

If there's one word to describe Roots Natural Foods, it just might be cornucopia.  Dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free, vegan, low-fat, kosher ... they carry it all. The 5,000 square foot Roots Natural Foods store in Leominster, Massachusetts is overflowing with the finest quality organic, natural, and gourmet products. And while there's a 1,000 square foot in-store yoga studio, these folks are anything but square.

On that note, take a look at the super cool sticker that we recently printed for Roots ... it demonstrates a bit of the magic that's in our production process. Intricate free-form die-cut outlines? No problem!

Don't look now, but Thanksgiving's just around the corner ...

 

The Gluten Free Bistro's Famous Pizza Crust

Gluten Free Bistro

Welcome to the first installment of StickerGiant's Trivia Tuesday!

We're going to kick it off with two hot foodie topics: Gluten-Free and Pizza.

Q: Which four grains should the gluten-intolerant avoid at all costs?

We recently printed packaging labels for The Gluten Free Bistro's Famous Pizza Crust ... a delectable alternative for pizza lovers with sensitive digestive systems. The Gluten Free Bistro proudly touts their innovative goodies as modern, healthy, and divine ... and who are we to argue? Their products can be found at retail locations including Whole Foods in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Utah; along with restaurants in Colorado, Utah, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Idaho, and Washington State. You can also order their Pizza Crust, Dough, All Purpose Flour, Penne, and Fettuccine pasta online.

Why Gluten-Free?

A gluten-free diet is used to treat celiac disease. Gluten causes inflammation in the small intestines of people with celiac disease. Eating a gluten-free diet helps people with celiac disease control their signs and symptoms and prevent complications.
- The Mayo Clinic


Which begs the (bonus) question ... is your Mayonnaise gluten-free?

Ready for the answer? It's ...

A: Barley, Rye, Wheat, and Triticale (a wheat/rye cross)

Bonus: It depends. Be sure to check the label!