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Welcome to igourmet.com, your online source for gourmet gifts, imported cheeses and specialty foods. Our history dates back to 1918, when Charles Chesman founded one of the first cheese importing companies in the United States. Today, we rely on over 100 years of travel and experience to help us hand-select the finest products for you, our most valuable customer.

Since the launch of our website in 1997, igourmet.com has been dedicated to providing customers access to hard-to-find culinary treasures and gourmet gifts that truly exceed their expectations. In addition, we take pride in offering unmatched customer service and affordable prices. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee and $9.99 shipping offer on orders over $100 testify to our customer-first philosophy.

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Dorothy Lane Market

Dorothy Lane Market, like many American food stores, began as a fruit stand. In 1948 founder Calvin Mayne began selling quality fruits and vegetables in the south Dayton, Ohio area at the corner of Far Hills Avenue and Dorothy Lane (hence the name of the market, or DLM for short). Calvin loved good food, and wanted his customers to enjoy the same. Fast forward to today, and Dorothy Lane Market is a company of three well-known gourmet supermarkets, recognized for great food and service in national publications including The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and Gourmet Retailer. More importantly, our customers know they can have a great food experience every time they come to our stores! For over fifty years, the passion for eating well has not only stayed a constant at Dorothy Lane Market, it continues to grow.

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Hot Sauce Harry's

Hot Sauce Harry's is a company that knows fiery-foods promotion, marketing, and sales. Bob Harris, the president, has worked the food business from farmers' markets to gourmet markets, and has sold fiery-foods to a surprising group of clients that continues to expand. The key to his success is to design a label and define the market for the product. Actually, Bob Harris could probably package and sell it in Iraq. Bob has been at Hot Sauce Harry's for ten years. Before that he was a food broker and promoter. His love for hot sauce started with a cruise to the Caribbean, where he bought hot sauce from a number of islands for gifts and for his own use. His friends loved the sauces and he realized that here was an opportunity for a real entrepreneur.

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Texas Tamale Company

When the founders of Texas Tamale Company realized that the tamale vendor was becoming a thing of the past and that no gourmet quality tamale was being made for sale in the Houston area, they made their first foray into the tamale business. With their homemade recipes for “Lard Free” tamales and delicious salsas, they launched a street corner business. Over the years the business has grown from the familiar Tamale Cart into the present day incarnation of Texas Tamale Company. We now have over 100 products under several labels including our well-known Brazos Legends brand. Even though our tamales, Homestyle Chili and Chili Con Queso are now made in a state of the art USDA facility, we pride ourselves on maintaining our “Homemade Gourmet Quality”.

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New Braunfels Smokehouse

For over sixty years, the New Braunfels Smokehouse has grown and adapted to meet the needs of its customers. The Yard was aped in 1988 outside our main dining rooms as an outdoor dining area to handle the overflow of business in the summer months. The continued supervision and dedication of conservative family management promises the New Braunfels Smokehouse a future of continued success.

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