Taste Test: Our Guide to the Best Products at the Supermarket

There are tens of thousands of products on supermarket shelves; let us help you pick the best—in both taste and nutrition. After booting out foods that don't fit our nutrition standards, products are served to a Cooking Light staff tasting panel for blind taste tests. Here are the winning products in a variety of categories.

2012 Taste Test Awards: Artisanal Category Winners

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Best in Condiments: Minnesota
Photo: Randy Mayor

Best in Condiments: Minnesota

Red Lake Nation Wild Chokecherry Jelly ($6 for 12 ounces)

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians makes regionally specific products, like this tart, bright spread made from wild Minnesota chokecherries. Similar to cranberries, the fruit is sweet and astringent, with a trace of port-soaked cherry flavor.

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