Welcome To Black Garlic North America

North America's Largest Processor Of Black Garlic

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Cooking with Black Garlic

We are constantly formulating new recipes and exciting ways to use black garlic in your kitchen. Whether you're looking for a unique new pizza recipe, a great salad dressing or you even want to spice up your cinnamon rolls, black garlic is the best (and easiest!) way to impress your family or guests! Check out our recipes page for great ideas and recipes, and follow us on social media to see all of our latest ideas!

Do you have a question about how you can use black garlic in your next dinner party? Check out Black Garlic FAQs or  Contact us, we're happy to help! 

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Check out our blog!

Looking for new ways to use your black garlic? Want to stay up to date with the most recent health and wellness news? Searching for dinner party ideas?

Follow our blog for our latest recipe finds, new recipes we've been working on, black garlic health information and our thoughts on health, wellness and good eating. 


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Why Shop With us?

  • Always Free Shipping - No Minimum Order.

  • We take it slow for the best possible flavor. Our process takes 120 days start to finish for each batch of product, ensuring the highest quality and the best taste.

  • Each batch of product is tested for the active component S-allyl-cysteine, which is scientifically proven to lower cholesterol and improve heart health.

  • We have commercial availability of all of our products and service retail customers, distributors, and industrial clients.

  • Our employees have more than 50 years of experience in the food industry.

  • Our black garlic is Kosher certified, preservative-free, 100% natural, and vegan.


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New Products

Organic Black Garlic Products are HERE!

"Black is the New Garlic" is the cover story about our operation, which was featured in the 2014 harvest edition of Edible Chicago.