Dallas, Texas-based Central Market is featuring a diverse collection of top-rated women-owned products from around the world in celebration of Women’s History Month. These items will be showcased at all Central Market locations throughout March.
Central Market’s offerings include everything from women-owned wines, skin and hair products and additional grocery items.
Featured women-owned products at Central Market include:
- Fishwife: This product is a canned smoked seafood. The name originated from the 16th century and refers to the daughters/wives of fishermen who sold fish at the market. It has several flavors, including The Fly By Jing Smoked Salmon Trio, Smoked Atlantic Salmon, Wild-Caught Smoked Albacore Tuna and Smoked Rainbow Trout.
- Seed Phytonutrients: This is a family-run clean beauty brand that crafts formulas with minimal impact on the planet. Focusing on a “formula first and sustainability always” mission, the brand features high-performance hair, skin and body care with seed oils and extracts.
- Double Dutch Tonic: Raissa and Joyce de Hass created Double Dutch Tonic from family recipes in the Netherlands. The products are free from artificial ingredients and naturally low in sugar.
- Nufs crackers: Sisters Kristine and Jess bring their superfood talents to crackers with Nufs Crackers. The gluten-free crackers are exclusive to Central Market and are available in everything bagel, hot honey and sea salt flavors.
- Bruma and Casa Jipi: Lourdes “Lulu” Martinez Ojeda learned her craft working at Chateau Brane Cantenac in Margaux for more than 10 years. It is her mission to make wines that reflect the nature of their terroir and grapes through biodynamic and sustainable farming. She is the winemaker partner at Bruma and serves as a wine consultant for Casa Jipi.
- Milk & Patience: Woman-owned and produced in Dallas by Stephanie Gilewicz since 2018. Milk & Patience started out at the Dallas Farmers Market. Today, the Greek yogurt and Aussie-style yogurt are produced in small batches with a strain of cultures and fresh whole milk.
Central Market will also feature a lineup of cooking classes led by female chefs at selected locations and online during Women’s History Month.
Notable chef and cooking classes include “In Our Online Kitchen with Jill Watanabe” that will be held from 6-7 p.m. on March 16.
Watanabe is a half-Japanese Salt Lake City local who connected to her roots within her Japanese cuisine-based career. She will share her passion as co-founder, sake sommelier and brewer apprentice of Tsuki Sake.
For cooking class dates, locations and additional information, including chef bios for each class, is available by clicking here.
This monthlong celebration is a part of Central Market’s “Be the Change” initiative, which pledges to advance quality and inclusion across Texas. “Be the Change” provides tools and support for Central Market employees, suppliers and community allies.
To amplify diverse voices, Central Market is sharing these stories and highlighting their products, as well as services.