Our city-slicker pickles have a briny finish and are well-versed in the art of titillating taste buds.

Not every vegetable gets the luxury of their own 360 degree view. However, our salty denizens get the VIP treatment: an eternal swim in a crystal clear bath of tangy brine dotted with pungent garlic, whole peppercorns, and savory pickling spices. Pop open a jar and pucker-up with our premier selection of pickles that are perfect for a picnic spread or a solo salty binge illuminated by the amber glow of the fridge light.


FD-Badge-Gold    certified      non-gmo-logo      usda-organic-seal     sustainably-sourced   (Made in USA Poturalski) A little symbol of Americana can make a big difference. One local advertising agency has developed a Made in USA Brand Certification Mark available to businesses making their products on American soil. Marcie Gabor, one of four principals at Conrad Phillips Vutech, is the driving force behind Made in USA LLC. After Gabor noticed the recognizable recycling symbol cropping up, she realized there was no consistent aÿMade in USAaÁ symbol. Image courtesy of Conrad, Phillips and Vutech.


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Cucumbers, water, vinegar, water, lactic acid, spices, Kosher salt, garlic, calcium chloride, natural dill extract.


May contain traces of peanuts, tree nuts, wheat and soy.

Serving Size 1 oz (28g)Servings Per Container about 15

Amount Per Serving
Calories 5

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g0%
Sodium 75mg3%

Total Carbohydrate 1g0%

Sugars <1g
Protein 0g


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Pickle Calories and Vitamins

Pickles are characteristically low in fat and calories. A typical dill pickle spear contains less than 1 g of fat and only 4 calories. Pickles are also high in vitamin K; one spear supplies 14 mcg or 15 percent of your daily requirement. Vitamin K helps your blood clot after injury, and pickles are a tasty way to obtain this important vitamin.

Pickles, Sodium and High Blood Pressure

Unfortunately, pickles are high in sodium and eating a high-sodium diet is strongly associated with risk for developing high blood pressure. The Institute of Medicine’s Food and Nutrition Board recommends that healthy people should consume less than 2,300 mg of sodium a day. One spear of a classic dill pickle contains 306 mg of sodium or 13 percent of the daily recommendation. You can still enjoy pickles, but limit your serving sizes.


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