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The roster of retail stores, markets, and distribution channels is large, and literally grows every day. The list of Artisan Exchange members is also im- pressive and dynamic. Currently, Artisan Ex- change features over 40 members, and each month it is not unusual for Artisan Exchange to welcome one or two new businesses. The ingenuity of Artisan Exchange is the creation of Maryann and Frank Baldas- sare and Joseph Stratton. Recently, Artisan Exchange became a 2015 Finalist for the Governor’s ImPAct Awards in the South- east Pennsylvania PREP (Partnerships for Regional Economic Performance) Region. Frank, Maryann, and Joseph, together with over 40 members, created the many won- ders of Artisan Exchange. In the United States, there is no place like the Artisan Ex- change. Under one roof, a remarkable di- verse group of artisan entrepreneurs keenly craft their products in a certified state-of- the-art environment, and collectively mar- ket their branded products to a distinctive list of discerning retail stores, markets, and distribution channels in a vibrant economic region. YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON If you are not familiar with the wonderfully crafted products of Artisan Exchange mem- bers, then take pleasure in an opportunity to read all about these creations in this 10- page article and pictorial. Uncover the many wonders that await your discovery at over 100 retail stores and markets throughout the region. In a short time, you just might have a home full of some delightful new treasures this holiday season. some of the many wonders of the ARTISAN EXCHANGE AUNT MAMIE’S ITALIAN SPECIALTIES Today, preparing wholesome meals in under 10 minutes, made with ingredients you can actually pronounce, seems impossible. With today’s fast-paced, hectic lifestyle, more and more families are eating processed foods and fast food because they believe there is no time to prepare nutritious meals. Aunt Mamie’s knows the importance of providing quick, healthy meals you are proud to serve to your family. Aunt Mamie’s Italian Specialties has developed a line of freshly cut pastas, raviolis, Aunt Mamie’s Italian Specialties Whole Foods Market (Devon, Glen Mills, Jenkintown, and Callowhill Center City) Newark Natural Foods, DE The Meat House, Chadds Ford Fuel City Café Scott Honda The Woodlands at Phillips Artisan Exchange BrendAmoré Italian Specialties Artisan Exchange Casa de Santé Doylestown Co-op Essene Market & Café, Philadelphia Fair Food Farmstand, Reading Terminal Market Great Pumpkin Health Foods, West Chester The Larder The Prancing Peacock Yoga Studio + Boutique Thrive Yoga & Wellness Center ZAKTi Fitness Artisan Exchange Cuisine de Sylvie Artisan Exchange Golden Valley Farms Coffee Roasters Aramark Chester County Historical Society Essene Market & Café, Philadelphia Great Pumpkin Health Foods, West Chester Lebanon Valley College Linvilla Orchards, Media MOM’s Organic Market, Bryn Mawr Newark Natural Foods, DE Pete’s Produce Farm Swarthmore Co-op The Meat House, Chadds Ford Weavers Way Co-op (Chestnut Hill and Mount Airy) Triple Fresh Market, East Fallowfield Whole Foods Market (Devon, Glen Mills, and Cherry Hill) Rooted Farm To You Market Delaware Local Food Exchange Artisan Exchange Heavenly Sweet Chocolates Fuel City Café The Woodlands at Phillips Artisan Exchange MacDougall’s Irish Victory Cakes Kimberton Whole Foods Aramark The Meat House, Chadds Ford Triple Fresh Market, East Fallowfield Farm To You Market Artisan Exchange Mert’s Nuts The Barn at Valley Forge Flowers Beethoven Wraps (BellaDONNA Gifts) Penns Woods Winery Royal Blue Grocery Dewey’s Bakery Local Delights Levante Artisan Exchange Pure Scents Candle Company Avalon Surf Snack Shack, NJ Caffe Craze Chester County Historical Society Eastcote Lane (Wayne and Cape May) Highland Orchards & Farm Market Linvilla Orchards, Media Penns Woods Winery Pete’s Produce Farm Rose Hip Barn Swarthmore Co-op Topiary Fine Flowers & Gifts White Horse Fabric & Design Whole Foods Market (Devon and Glen Mills) Delaware Local Food Exchange Artisan Exchange Rebecca’s Dumplings Pete’s Produce Farm Artisan Exchange Russian Pepper USA Kimberton Whole Foods The Woodlands at Phillips Fair Food Philly Whole Foods Market (Devon and Glen Mills) Artisan Exchange Side Stitch by Ginny Artisan Exchange WHERE TO FIND ARTISAN EXCHANGE MEMBERS' PRODUCTS