Staff Review: Fox Point Garlic Dill Pickles

B - Michael Reviewer: Michael Borghesani

I wouldn’t consider myself a pickle connoisseur, but these are one of the best pickles I have ever had. I tried the Fox Point Garlic Dill Pickles. They are very tangy, but also have a stable garlic taste (obviously). I also like that there isn’t any food coloring in these pickles because it is sometimes hard to find pickles without it.

The pickle juice is also really very good, not too vinegary, but still full of tangy flavor. Not everyone drinks pickle juice (I love it, don’t judge!) but if you are one of us, you could buy these pickles just for the juice – it’s THAT good!

There are other flavors of this brand of pickle that I have not tried, but if they are anything like these, they should be fantastic. Next time you are in a pickle over which pickle to enjoy with a sandwich or just as a snack on its own, you know just what to do. Or, rather, don’t be a pickle,  buy these pickles!!

About Fox Point Pickles:

Fox Point Pickles are small batch hand-made and hand packed in the Ocean State of Rhode Island. They are made with no additives or preservatives, using only fresh produce, locally grown when seasonally available. They are pickle-proud!

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About Michael:

Our young Padawan – a trip to Nicaragua forever colored the lens through which he sees our food system, his desire to see it reformed into something more sustainable led him to us, and we will be forever grateful.  He has a ferocious appetite (the envy of the rest of the crew), and pickle juice is his guilty pleasure.

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