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Plentiful Pantry

Gourmet Food Mixes

In the beginning, Intermountain Specialty Food Groups focused on ways to make quick and easy pasta dishes that would rival those in the best restaurants. As we have grown and added soups, desserts, and hot chocolate to our line-up, we still keep in mind that everything must be quick and easy to prepare as well as healthy. And last, but certainly not least, the flavors must be outstanding.

 The business was started with pastas and sauce blends under the Pasta Partners brand. The soups, desserts, dips, and breads were added under the Plentiful Pantry brand. We also have other brands that are sold through different distribution channels. No matter what brand you find on our Plentiful Pantry website you can rest assured you are getting the finest quality products in outstanding packaging. All of our products are created, mixed, and packaged in the United States. Choose from our wide selection and make dinnertime easy and healthy.

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Can be found here:

    265 W Plymouth Avenue


I made the lemon bars and they are absolutely amazing! I can’t wait to make the apple crisp and pumpkin cobbler.

Megan Larsen,

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I bought the White Cheddar Potato Soup at the Affair of the Heart in OKC. I added a few potatoes, bacon and just a little yellow cheddar cheese. It was good and a hit with my husband! Wished I had bought more!

Rebecca Labus,

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Haven’t made one of your products that wasn’t delicious!

Susan Krasch,

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Salt Lake City, UT

  • 265 W Plymouth Avenue
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84115
  • 801-977-9077

Debbie & Jody Chidester

Business started for Gourmet Food Group in 1992 when Debbie Chidester and her husband Jody transformed a passion for food into an opportunity to make a living. Debbie had long loved entertaining friends with fabulous meals. She had also experience working in restaurants and knew what it took to consistently provide delicious food. When friends asked about her recipes, she explained chopping the garlic and fresh herbs and blending unique spice combinations. Most of her friends wanted to eat like that but didn’t necessarily want to do all the work. Debbie tested recipes then converted them into dried easy-to-prepare dishes, and voila! A new business was formed.

 What started out as a small operation—cooking, perfecting, and packaging at their kitchen table, then selling at trade shows across the country—has grown into an organization with more than 30 employees, selling in all 50 states, and into Canada.