Joe Snyder’s 2017 Harvest
Hello, Garlic Lovers:
I personally select, plant, harvest, process and distribute locally grown stiffneck garlic (powder or granules) from seed originating from all over the world. I do not use any additives or chemicals. The extremely flavorful gourmet garlic powder or granules are the result of a unique blend of approximately a dozen different varieties of pure stiffneck garlic. Here are a few comments from garlic lovers:
“Some of the stuff that they have got in the stores is really pathetic. This stuff you sent me is really outstanding. I just want to thank you again and tell you you’ve really got something going there.” – E.M., Saugatuck, MI
“I've been meaning to write to you to tell you that your granules are the best I've ever had.” B.F., Wichita, KS.
“Added your garlic to a potato casserole and was amazed at how yummy it was! Can you tell me what your pricing and sizes are? Was considering giving some as Xmas gifts as a few friends are WONDERFUL cooks! I’m really amazed that your dried garlic tastes better than fresh garlic from the grocery store. VERY hooked!” - S.G., Carpentersville, IL
“Thanks so much for dropping off a sample of your awesome garlic powder. I could smell it before I even opened the envelope! If it tastes half as good as it smells, you’ve got a customer. Let me know the price for your next crop.” K.F., Chicago, IL
“I just wanted to tell you how much we love your garlic!!! Please let me know when you have some for sale because I will buy a ton of it. I want to share it with several friends who are healthy eaters/garlic lovers. It’s by far the best garlic powder we’ve ever tasted. I almost prefer it to fresh garlic cloves! It’s so yummy. Thanks for sharing a jar!” J.Y., Barrington, IL
“By the way, you gave me the bottle of your superb garlic powder, and my 26-year-old daughter, who is a pharmacy student, lives at home, and is a gourmet cook (lucky me) says that your garlic powder is the best she has ever used, and I agree. She will not use anything else. Note, that it is nearly all gone.” BK, Mount Prospect, IL.
I plant garlic in October for the following year’s crop. I have a limited amount of garlic. First come, first served. I harvest it in July. When it is cured, it will be processed and available for distribution around Labor Day. I encourage you to ask about availability. I can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.
Joseph Snyder a/k/a Garlic Joe was certified in food service sanitation by examination on 4/14/11, License #2038942, State of Illinois, Department of Public Health. A garlic powder sample is sent each year to a testing laboratory The analysis shows that the product is not capable of supporting bacteria or pathogens harmful to humans.
Thank you, again.