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Galen Glen, area businesses featured in inaugural celebration

The Shapiro-Davis Inaugural Committee will celebrate Pennsylvania’s rich food history and heritage with vendors from across the Commonwealth being represented at Tuesday’s celebration, with several area businesses included.

Galen Glen Winery in Andreas will be included, as well as This Life Forever Inc., a distiller from Allentown, Just Born Confections of Bethlehem and D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc. in Pottsville.

“We are thrilled to feature an amazing array of Pennsylvania businesses from across the Commonwealth at the Inaugural Celebration,” said Amanda Warren, executive director of the Shapiro-Davis Inaugural Committee. “Governor-Elect Shapiro knows our local businesses are the backbone of Pennsylvania’s economy - so we are proud to have over 60 locally owned and operated businesses partnering with us to mark the beginning of the Shapiro-Davis Administration.”

The full list includes: 1-900 Ice Cream of Ardmore; 2SP Brewing Company of Aston; Armstrong Valley Vineyard and Winery of Halifax; Aunt Debby’s Desserts of Hummelstown; Baked with love by Bubbe of Warrington; Bald Birds/Four Birds of Audubon; Brewgentlemen of Braddock;

Carmi Soul Food of Pittsburgh; Charles Jacquin et Cie of Philadelphia; Chellas Arepa Kitchen of Lancaster.

Also, Conshohocken Italian Bakery of Conshohocken; Dairymen’s Association, statewide; Dancing Gnome of Pittsburgh; Eat’n Park of Pittsburgh; Enrico Biscotti Company of Pittsburgh;

Federal Donuts of Philadelphia; Friscos Chicken of Lancaster County; Gertrude Hawk of Scranton, Happy Valley Winery of State College, Hatfield of Bucks County; Hershey’s of Hershey and IC Light of Pittsburgh.

Also, Joe Jurgielewicz & Son Duck Farm of Hamburg, Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery of Lititz; Juniata Brewing Company of Huntingdon, Keystone Potato Products, LLC of Hegins; Lavery Brewing Company of Erie; Liberty Pole Spirits / Mingo Creek Craft Distillers of Washington County, Logyard Brewing of Kane, Martin’s Snacks of York County, Masser Family of Companies of Sacramento; Mountain Laurel Spirits of Bristol, Nemacolin of Farmington, Oakmont Bakery of Pittsburgh, Philadelphia Distilling LLC of Philadelphia, Phillips Mushrooms of Kennett Square, Prantl’s of Pittsburgh, Primanti Brothers of Pittsburgh.

Robert Mazza Inc. T/A Mazza Vineyards, Erie; S Clyde Weave, Lancaster; Salonika Imports & EVIA, Pittsburgh; Sandy’s Boo Delights at Dana’s Baker, Homewood; Setter Ridge Vineyards, Kutztown; Seven Mountain Wine Cellars, Spring Mills; Sheetz, Altoona; Stony Run Winery, Breinigsville; Susquehanna Brewing Co. LLC, Pittston; Sylvan Inc., Kittanning; Tastykakes (Flower foods), Philadelphia; TFB Catering, Harrisburg; Triple Bottom Brewing Company, Philadelphia; Tröegs Independent Brewing, Hershey; Two Locals, Philadelphia; Two Robbers, Philadelphia; Vault Brewing Company, Yardley; Vynecrest Winery, Breinigsville; Wallenpaupack Brewing Company, Wallenpaupack; Waltz Vineyards Estate Winery, Manheim; Wawa, Media; Wigle Whiskey, Pittsburgh; Wilbur Chocolate, Lancaster County; Winery at Wilcox, Wilcox; Yards, Philadelphia and Yost’s Dutch Maid Bakery, Johnstown.