Apr 17, 2017
Come see us on April 22nd & 23rd for the NYC Hot Sauce Expo at the Brooklyn Expo Center! Hot Sauce! Hot Sauce! Hot Sauce!! Can you tell I’m A LITTLE EXCITED about the upcoming NY Hot Sauce Expo?? At the last event we did (The Fiery Food Show in Albuquerque, NM) we SOLD OUT…..
When you’re working really hard to figure out new packaging – size, shape, design, materials, structure, colors and on and on and on – it feels pretty good to hear how much your customers like your choices. THANK YOU Mr. Chonko for sending us your pictures and let us know you like our packaging!! YAHOOOOOOO!
You know that song, the one that goes Pour some syrup on me/In the name of love? It totally says Syrup. You are misremembering the line. Yuh-huh. It is SO syrup! *insert stamping foot here* Have I told you how much we love seeing you use our products? ESPECIALLY on TACOS?!?! I mean, COME ON –…..
Our biggest girl, Emily, LOVES working the booth with us at events. Here she is with two of her besties at the Northport Craft Fair. Seriously, Emily has got Sales in her blood. No. Joke. I remember one time I asked my dad (a salesman and entrepreneur himself), who makes a better salesman, a man or…..
Steve the Pepper (the Little Bird Kitchen mascot) likes to travel and he likes to make friends, though he does tend to hang with an eclectic crowd… When he went to the Indiana State Fair last summer he chose to chill with some random pirates, because, you know, there are a LOT of pirates in Indiana.
We are Corey and Sara Meyer, owners of Little Bird. We make all sorts of strange and wonderfully curious confections in Long Island, New York. Like many great origin stories it all began with Chocolate Covered Orange Peels. Sara made them as a present for Corey. They came out great. So Sara started candying everything in the house. She decided to try candied Jalapeños. Corey told her that she was nuts. Sara didn't listen, as usual. Good thing this time. They were awesome. Sara brought the c...read more