Maui Business

Local Condiment Company Seeks Votes for Martha Stewart Contest

August 27, 2015, 9:08 AM HST
* Updated August 27, 9:10 AM
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Two Chicks In A Hammock co-owners Kat Crosby (right) and Michelle Jones (left). Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

Two Chicks In A Hammock, co-owed by Kat Crosby and Michelle Jones, has released two announcements: the Maui company’s chili pepper water is now available in 91 stores statewide, and the “Two Chicks” are finalists in the 2015 Martha Stewart American Made Awards contest.

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Backyard Juice Hawaiian Chili Pepper Water can now be found statewide at Foodland, Tamura’s, Whole Foods, Down to Earth, and soon, Safeway.

Backyard Juice Hawaiian Chili Pepper Water can now be found statewide at Foodland, Tamura’s, Whole Foods, Down to Earth, and soon, Safeway.

Backyard Juice is a twist on co-owner Crosby’s grandmother’s shoyu-style recipe.

The company make an original juice and a gluten- and preservative-free version.

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Product information is available online.

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Two Chicks In A Hammock are seeking votes as finalists in Martha Stewart’s American Made Awards contest. The contest honors US businesses that use local ingredients, are handmade and make a difference in their communities.

“It’s pretty awesome a small Maui company was chosen by Martha and her 16 judges to be a finalist,” said Jones.

untitledThe company with the most votes will win the Audience Choice Award and fly to New York and receive $10,000. The Audience Choice Award winner will also be sold on Stewart’s website.

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The voting period is Sept. 21 through Oct. 21.

The link for voting will be published as soon as it is made available.

Supporters can vote up to six times a day starting Sept. 21.

The Two Chicks’ company profile for the contest is available online.

For more information about Two Chicks In A Hammock, go online.

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