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October 13, 2013

John Wm. Macy's gourmet snacks

About John Wm. Macy’s
Caterer and chef John Macy founded John Wm. Macy’s Cheese Sticks in 1985 in New York City. His delicious and unique, hand-twisted snacks, made from fresh sourdough, cheese and seasoned butter, soon became his signature hors d’oeuvres and continue to be manufactured in the company’s facility in Elmwood Park, New Jersey. John Wm. Macy’s CheeseSticks, SweetSticks and CheeseCrisps are distributed nationwide and can be found in many of the country’s finest gourmet, natural and specialty stores, supermarket chains, luxury hotels and online at

Always all-natural and hand-rolled, CheeseSticks and SweetSticks are available through the Company’s online store in 4oz. 3-pack ($10.99), 6-pack ($19.99) and 12-pack ($35.99) retail boxes, as well as specialty gift tins starting at $13.99.

At first I loved the original cheddar twists, but then I realized they had a kick, so I looked at the ingredients and low and behold they have cayenne pepper as an ingredient, and seeing that I have NO tolerance for peppers or spice I had to stop eating them, but my husband seems to enjoy them. They are an upscale version of a cheeze-it but so much more interesting and flavorful. I did have a chance to also try the sweetsticks and they were the perfect ending to a meal. A hint of vanilla to cleanse the pallet after supper, or a tasty treat with coffee or tea.

John Wm. Macy’s gourmet snacks and gift sets can be purchased online or in specialty food stores and supermarkets nationwide. For more information, visit

For those interested in recipes and serving suggestions, please visit

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