Kringle Named One of America's Top Local Foods

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National Geographic Magazine, September, 07 named top fourteen local foods including the Kringle.

National Geographic released the results of its national search for America's top local foods in the September 2007 edition. The Kringle, Wisconsin's traditional favorite was among the top fourteen. Within the article called State Fare, it states: "If you can get hold of a finished product, you'll be in bakery heaven."

The magazine searched far and wide for America's offbeat and beloved edibles and ultimately chose only fourteen, including the beloved Kringle, now available nationwide at, or by calling 1-800-432-6474.

Other winners include Texas Caviar, Buffalo's Beef on Weck, New Mexico's Green Chile Stew and others. For a full list, check out National Geographic, September, 2007.

Racine Danish Kringles is the flagship brand for a specialty line of top quality fresh baked goods that also includes Seven Sisters and Kings Cakes. But the Kringle -- hand rolled traditional wienerbrod dough made from top quality ingredients using a time-honored Danish recipe, is the basis for this excellent bakery.

Racine Danish Kringles, today seen on QVC, grew out of experience by one family of bakers who pooled their knowledge and experience to create the ultimate kringle. The company sells its ever-expanding line of quality baked goods through retail outlets, its mail order catalog, http://www., high-end catalogs and corporate gift programs.

To interview director of development, Todd Moro, or for more information or to receive a sample, call Linda Eckhardt 973 762 4857.


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