No matter whom youre voting for upon November 8, everybody can combine behind the height of great food. This choosing season, companies have combined nationalistic snacks, candy as well as beverages to prove both parties. While you anxiously await the results of this years presidential election, show your await with these politically minded groceries.Chocolate(pictured above)This year, Harper Macaw, an artisanal chocolatier in Washington, D.C., launched the first-ever Political Collection with six themed chocolate bars. Theres something for any side of the aisle as well as for those choosing to meet in the middle.Ice CreamDuring the primary elections, Ben & Jerrys released an ice thickk thickk cream inspired by Bernie Sanders, since he represents the ice thickk thickk cream companys home state of Vermont. This month theyre going more bipartisan. The code is enlivening the American open to get out as well as vote with pints of Empower Mint, the peppermint ice thickk thickk cream with fudge brownie pieces as well as fudge swirl. CookiesIf you find your election-night party removing the bit too tense, pacify the mood with the image of Elenis sugarine cookies. The nationalistic designs will complement themed decor as well as (hopefully) ease some tensions. BeerBeer is an American tradition dating behind to the Founding Fathers, so the no wonder Connecticut-based Avery Brewing decided to make an election-themed bottle. Ale to the Chief, the dark ale blended with malt as well as dry hops, is the reverence to the past, current as well as subsequent presidents of the United States. TeaHundreds of years after the Boston Tea Party, tea still holds an iconic spot in American politics. The TeaBook in Los Angeles is blending brews formed upon any of this years presidential candidates.Hot SauceJust in time for the exhilarated race, spicy-foods company Mo Hotta Mo Betta has teamed up with web retailer Zazzle to offer the pick up of domestic hot sauces. Each possibilities sauce comes in five flavors, including Cayenne Garlic as well as Fire-Roasted Habanero.


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