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Southport Grocery's dilly beans voted 'good food'

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Southport Grocery & Cafe was among the 114 winners (chosen from 30 states) of the third annual "Good Food Awards" in San Francisco last Friday night. More than 1,366 establishments submitted entries in the competition that recognizes "the kind of food we all want to eat: tasty, authentic and responsibly produced."

Southport's famous and oh-so-crunchy Dilly Beans (that's pickled green beans to the uninitiated) were among the winners in the "pickles" category, which recognizes: "Kimchi, cortado, bread and butter pickles: all vinegared and lacto-fermented savories made around the country from real ingredients that are responsibly foraged or grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and herbicides."

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