Beet It! includes: Fennel Beets by Brooklyn Brine (16 oz) sweet beets play nice with fennel seeds and tarragon in a delicious bath of red wine vinegar and evaporated cane juice; Beet Caviar by Divine Brine (16 oz), this Beet and Horseradish relish is based on an old Ukranian Easter recipe called "Tsikly."; Sweet Beet Horseradish Mustard by Terrapin Ridge (10.7 oz), a perfect marriage of beets and horseradish combined with whole grain gourmet mustard creates a distinctive condiment, perfect for roast beef, steak, grilled salmon or crab cakes; German Baby Beets (12 oz), our imported German baby beets are nice and sweet with a distinctive earthy flavor; and Polish Pickled Baby Beets - Whole (15 oz), these pickled baby beets from Agrosik have an earthiness that makes them a favorite as a quick and delicious side dish or as an ingredient in your salad of choice.
igourmet has a dedicated commitment to ensuring the safe, efficient delivery of our food products. To this end, we are constantly researching, developing and improving our FreshWave packaging system. During the summer months, we use an air tight, fully insulated, temperature retaining packaging system that keeps its contents cool for as many as 48 hours in ambient temperatures of up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit or 24 hours in temperatures up to 105 degrees. Through the use of the FreshWave packaging system, igourmet.com can absolutely guarantee that the food products you receive from us are in the same fresh condition as when they left our facility. The FreshWave system combines a reusable, seamless, molded cooler chest with a non-toxic refrigerant gel pack and strategically placed chips of dry ice. Your perishable foods are temperature controlled within the confines of the cooler, which itself is encased in an outer cardboard shipper. To further contain temperature escalation, we fill the remaining areas with void fill to minimize the amount of air circulating within the system. As an added bonus, you get to keep the cooler and the refrigerant gel packs to use for your next picnic or road trip. In the winter months, we may utilize a less robust system for the cooler states