1. New York Times: “Red Queen Tarts brings a small-batch, Slow Food ethos to that American classic”


3. Points North: “making her product as she sees fit, with the highest quality ingredients possible”

4. Urban Daddy: “new supersized homemade breakfast tarts from the state of Georgia, now being delivered to your door”

5. Cooking Channel: “Wake up to a better breakfast, or serve them as a nostalgic dessert at a dinner party”

6. Best of Atlanta: “runaway hit at farmers markets in 2011 with her grown-up take on breakfast pastries”

7. Examiner.com: “If you like the idea of Pop Tarts, you are in for an indulgent treat”

8. Reporter Newspapers: “Her top seller? Caramelized pear and fig”

9. Exploring Atlanta: “Red Queen Tarts, a new foodie phenom started right here in the Atlanta area!”

10. dash of east: “if you haven’t gotten a chance to sample her organic, artisan tarts – you must!”

11. dash of east: “Thanks to Candice Renyolds, the mastermind behind Red Queen Tarts, these toaster treats have gotten an organic, artisanal makeover.”

12. Eat, Drink, Repeat: “These little pillows of perfection are made in small batches with organic ingredients and local fruit”

13. Mele Cotte: “Red Queen Tarts offers a delicious, healthier version of an old time classic”

14. Scoutmob: “the newest local food sensation creating our childhood favorite breakfast snack” jan 2011

15. Daily Candy: “Leave the dessert course to Red Queen Tarts, a local line of organic, bite-size pies that requires minimal effort.” Feb1 2011

16. Running with Tweezers: “No ingredient is too insignificant to be locally sourced and of the highest quality”

17. Adventurous Tastes: “These tarts are subtle, appropriate for breakfast, or as we ate them, as a light dessert.”

18. Tree Hugger: “Treats that are every bite local, organic, artisanal or small-batch like these eco-modern, heirloom kissed pop-tarts” 2010

19. Atlanta Journal Consitution

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