Triangle companies up for Martha Stewart American Made award
Posted September 15, 2015
Updated September 21, 2015
Raleigh, N.C. — Several Triangle companies are finalists in the Martha Stewart American Made competition.
The American Made awards honor makers, small-business owners and creative entrepreneurs in the fields of crafts, design, food, and style.
Humdinger is Raleigh's first, locally made, cold-pressed, 100 percent organic vegetable and fruit juice delivery company.
Cottage Lane Kitchen's Spicy Pepper Relish is made from a family recipe passed down through generations.
Foster's Market is a finalist for its seven-pepper jelly that it has been making for the past 25 years.
Haand, of Graham, N.C., was named a finalist in the design category. The company describes itself as "farmhouse futuristic, with an eye toward the future and a deep respect for the past."
More finalists from N.C. include:
- Lauren Sumner Pottery (Raleigh) - crafts
- Azure Violins (Raleigh) - crafts
- This Paper Ship (Saxapahaw) - crafts
- Plesantly Plump Knits (Charlotte) - crafts
- Twine and Twig (Charlotte) - style
- Patch Design Studio (Asheville) - design
- Nick Moen Studios (Asheville) - crafts
Public voting begins online on Monday, Sept. 21. The winners will be announced Oct. 23.