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Yee-Haw pickles now more widely available in Utah

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This is a picture of the Yee-Haw brand of pickles made in Park City that are now being sold in Associated Food Stores. Courtesy image

Heather May The Salt Lake Tribune

First published May 14 2013 09:14AM
Updated May 14, 2013 09:17AM

Just in time for grilling season, Associated Food Stores is stocking Park City-based Yee-Haw Pickle Co. products, starting this week. The stores will carry the Hot Damn Dills (pickle spears spiked with chili peppers), Giddy-Up Garlic Dills (spears loaded with fresh garlic) and No Frills Dills (dill-only spears) for about $7 to $8 per 24 oz. jars.

The two-person company started in 2011 after they couldn’t find any all-natural, locally sourced pickles. They’ve been selling their hand-cut, hand-packed and naturally processed products at Whole Foods and several Harmons stores.

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