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Press Release                         

January 12, 2005

Contact Information:
Barry Novick
Kitchen Table Bakers

The Kitchen Table Bakers Company of Syosset New York broadens Market for their exclusive line of Gourmet Cheese Crackers

The Kitchen Table Bakers, manufacturers of an exclusive line of Gourmet Cheese Crackers, announced today that it has broadened their market from a Natural Food manufacturer to a Gourmet Food Company whose products also have Healthy Lifestyle Benefits. They are all natural wheat, gluten and sugar free crackers. They contain no preservative or fillers and are made entirely of a proprietary blend of Aged Cheeses. All new labeling and the new products that are being introduced at the 2005 Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco (Booth #2910), focus on the new direction which includes the new tag line, “All Natural, All Cheese and All Delicious.”

The Kitchen Table Bakers’ Gourmet Cheese Crackers are now selling at such reknown stores as Zabars, Grace’s Market, Kings Supermarket, EATZI’s, King Sooper, Rice Epicurean, Liebman’s Wine and Fine Food, Woodlands Market, and many more upscale delis, as well as many high end Natural Food and Diet Stores. The key, according to Barry Novick, President of the company, is that… “We use only the highest quality ingredients. Our cheeses are aged at least 10 months which results in a more unique flavor and that all of our herbs and seasoning are pure”. Mr. Novick continues…”If someone likes cheese they will love these. They can forget, when they are enjoying our gourmet cheese wafers with a fine glass of wine or with their favorite gourmet topping, that they also have many health related benefits.”

The Kitchen Table Bakers products are already available in Seven Flavors…Aged Parmesan, Sesame, Onion-Poppy, Caraway, Garlic, Italian Herb and our newest flavor Rosemary.