Robert Rothschild Farm is launching a new certified organic product line. These six gourmet sauces have exquisite flavor and are versatile to use for an appetizer, salad or entrée.
“We are extremely excited to launch our new organic product line,” said Jim Gordon, President and CEO of Robert Rothschild Farm. “During our extensive research, we determined that great-tasting organic sauces are challenging to find. Consumers are seeking healthy choices, and we felt compelled to create outstanding sauces with on-trend flavors. Our sauces are an easy way to add distinct flavor to organic proteins or vegetables.”
The new organic sauces include the following delicious flavors:
Blueberry Balsamic Sauce: Sweet blueberries are complemented by balsamic vinegar with flavorful notes from shallots, basil and black pepper to create this tangy and sweet organic Blueberry Balsamic Sauce.
Citrus Chardonnay Sauce: The organic Citrus Chardonnay Sauce pairs fennel with the sweetness of honey, bursts of flavor from oranges and Chardonnay to create this creamy sauce.
Pineapple Habanero BBQ Sauce: The popular Roasted Pineapple & Habanero Dip inspired the organic Pineapple Habanero BBQ Sauce. Sweet pineapples, honey, spicy habanero peppers and ginger make this sweet and spicy BBQ Sauce.
Sriracha Teriyaki Sauce: Classic teriyaki sauce with Sriracha and a hint of orange are blended to create this organic Sriracha Teriyaki Sauce.
Whiskey Pepper Cream Sauce: The organic Whiskey Pepper Cream Sauce has a medley of flavors from Dijon mustard, rich cream, garlic, black pepper, accented by a touch of whiskey and white miso to create a creamy sauce with a kick of heat.
White Wine Creole Sauce: The organic White Wine Creole Sauce is started with a spicy tomato base, adding a splash of white wine, and the classic trinity of celery, bell peppers, and onions to create this Southern-inspired sauce.
Robert Rothschild Farm is also reintroducing its Raspberry Thunder Sauce. It is back by popular demand. “Our consumers continually asked if we could make the Raspberry Thunder Sauce,” said Jim Gordon. “We listened to our consumers and are relaunching the spicy hot sauce with a new look but the same great taste.”
Raspberry Thunder Sauce: This fiery hot sauce is a spicy blend of jalapeno peppers and crushed red peppers. Add just a dash for a kick of heat.
Robert Rothschild Farm’s new products will be showcased at the 60th Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City from June 29 – July 1, 2014, booth #236 or in their permanent showroom at AmericasMart in Atlanta from July 8 – 15, 2014, Building 2 West Wing #870A,B.
Maille is sending its Maille Mustard Mobile on a national tour to spread the mustard love across the USA. Whether popping up in high-traffic city centers, parking at food-centric events, or partnering with local gourmet stores, supermarkets and restaurants, Maille’s first-of-its-kind mustard-bar-on-wheels will serve up complimentary tastings of signature varietals Dijon Originale, Old Style, Honey Dijon, Horseradish, and Rich Country alongside crunchy Cornichons. The environmentally-friendly vehicle features a custom-designed sampling bar where mustard fans will have the opportunity to compose their own palette of Dijon flavors, compare tastes, and choose their favorites.
With its signature black and gold colors, the chic and contemporary Maille Mustard Mobile will be easy to spot when it rolls into:
Lucky tasters will have the chance to win a three-day culinary and cultural adventure in Paris for two while additional winners will score a year’s supply of Maille mustard.
The Maille Mustard Mobile app – available at mymaille.us – offers a variety of fun ways for mustard lovers to share their Dijon experiences in real time. The mobile app makes it easy to enter the contests, and a tracking feature details the locations, days, and times for all Maille Mustard Mobile stops. Consumers will be encouraged to follow along with Maille (@MailleUS) throughout the tour on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest and share their tasting adventures with the Mustard Bar using the hashtag #MyMaille.
Terrapin Ridge Farms heats up the summer specialty food market with a delicious introduction of five brand new products and one new formulation of an existing product. These products will debut at the Specialty Food Association’s Summer Fancy Food Show to be held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City from June 29-July 1 at booth 3927.
Terrapin Ridge Farms has amassed a cult following behind many of their specialty mustards and the new flavors being released this summer are sure to follow that trend.
Pumpkin Honey Mustard (9 ounces with a suggested retail price of $7.30) combines the sweetness of pumpkin puree with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice. When mixed with honey mustard the result is an incredible condiment that tastes like fall in a jar. Pecan Honey Mustard (9 ounces with a suggested retail price of $7.30) marries the rich flavor of pecans with sweet and tangy honey mustard making for a perfect meat or vegetable glaze or simply as an accompaniment to cheeses, pretzels and crackers. Terrapin Ridge Farms’ Brown Sugar & Pecan Mustard (8.5 ounces with a suggested retail price of $6.70) has been reformulated and is even better tasting with notes of sweet brown sugar and roasted pecans. All three mustards are all-natural and vegan, the Pumpkin Honey Mustard and the Pecan Honey Mustard are also gluten free.
With the very popular emergence of its Sriracha Sauce last summer, Terrapin Ridge Farms is back with Sriracha Horseradish Sauce (8.5 ounces with suggested retail price of $6.70) that combines the popular spicy pepper with horseradish for a one-two punch of flavor and zip. This product is all-natural and gluten free.
Two new jams will debut this summer that combine sweet, savory and spicy. Cinnamon & Clove Tomato Jam (6 ounces with a suggested retail price of $8.00) is the perfect flavor combination of robust tomatoes, cloves, cinnamon and lemon zest. It makes for an excellent mashed sweet potato mix-in, on a crostini with goat cheese or on warm biscuits with butter. The Apple Horseradish Jam (6 ounces with a suggested retail price of $8.00) brings the sweetness of apple and a zing of horseradish together for a memorable journey for your taste buds. This jam pairs with strong cheeses like Manchego, or on sliced pork among other amazing applications. Both jams are all-natural, gluten free and vegan.
“We’re introducing some very unique flavors at this show and we’re confident consumers will adore these new products,” said Terrapin Ridge Farms’ CEO Mary O’Donnell.
Belcour Blue Mountain Preserves, makers of savory condiments, pepper sauces and fruit preserves, taps into its’ rich Jamaican, Chinese and French culinary heritage to release a beautiful 270 page storybook cookbook, “Belcour: Jamaican, French and Chinese Family Recipes for Entertaining,” available at www.belcourpreserves.com.
This unique cookbook features the most well-loved family recipes of chef and author, Robin Lim Lumsden paired with captivating stories of legendary entertaining among several family generations. From love stories and family gatherings to how her grandfather became co-founder of the iconic Red Stripe Beer company and more, this cookbook is an instant classic with its mouth watering imagery and effortless step-by step instructions.
“I’ve gathered an eclectic collection of recipes derived from my Jamaican, French and Chinese culinary heritage passed down from generation to generation, all using our preserves and condiments,” says Lumsden. This cookbook will expand and diversify your recipe repertoire and help you create new, delicious and cosmopolitan meals that your guests will both savor and remember.”
Belcour’s Blue Mountain Honey, which is produced on its own apiary, is home to more than 75 bee colonies and is the signature flavor that sweetens all of the delectable tropical preserves, hot sauces and condiments. Each bottle is full of ripe, flavorful, Jamaican fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices that are cooked slowly, crafted with love and sourced from local Jamaican farmers.
Belcour will exhibit in booth #2168 at the Fancy Food Show in New York City June 29-July 1, with nine of its versatile gourmet condiments, including pepper sauces, fruit preserves and savory condiments. Learn more about Belcour Blue Mountain Preserves at www.belcourpreserves.com.
Pirate Jonny’s Caribbean BBQ Rubs, Seasonings & Sauces has often been asked by consumers to produce a hot sauce to complement the line of barbecue sauces. A name selection for the hot sauce has finally been created, after having input from its customers on Pirate Jonny’s Facebook.
Pirate Jonny’s new Jerk hot sauce, Syrena’s Seduction, made its debut in the 8th annual Hot Pepper Festival contest June 7 and 8 in Pinellas Park, Fla.
Pirate Jonny’s product line consists of an array of award winning products, starting with its National BBQ Association Award winners, Caribbean BBQ Rub and Jamaican Jerk Seasoning. The product line of Caribbean barbecue rubs extends onward to seasonings, barbecue sauces, chili and crab boil mixes and now its own creation, Syrena’s Seduction.
Syrena’s Seduction will be available online this month at Pirate Jonny’s for consumers to purchase.
Sriracha has lived in the spicy condiment spotlight for the past few years making a flavored appearance in everything from popcorn to potato chips and every possible application in between. Musashi Foods has broken the mold of traditional red sriracha with the launch of its Midori Sriracha made from green serrano peppers, turning the heat up on this popular hot sauce.
Additionally this New York-based specialty food company has launched an authentic Japanese Spicy Mayo, the only of its kind on the market today. Both the Midori Sriracha ($4.99) and Japanese Spicy Mayo ($5.49) are available now for purchase at Amazon.com and musashifoods.com. Also, these unique and all natural products will be on store shelves throughout New York and beyond in the weeks and months to come.
“I saw a need for an authentic Japanese Spicy Mayo in the marketplace and spent the past year perfecting the recipe and developing the necessary infrastructure to bring this product to a mass market,” said Musashi Foods Founder and President Gideon Sarraf.
Sarraf is an accomplished entrepreneur with a passion for hot and spicy food. In fact, Sarraf has long made his own sriracha sauce at home, perfecting the heat level to satisfy his advanced palate. After realizing how popular truly authentic Japanese Spicy Mayo is, Sarraf set out to bring this product to market a little over a year ago. During the process and research he also spotted a need for a green sriracha with a different flavor profile than the traditional red sriracha on store shelves today.
“The response to these products has been wholly positive, and we hope to bring it to supermarkets across the country. People have been actively searching for these products; now they finally have a place to buy them,” he said.
Musashi Foods will be at the Summer Fancy Food Show in a booth located in the “New Brands on the Shelf” Pavilion, located on Level 1, behind the 3400 aisle.
The city of Irwindale, Calif. has apparently made peace with the manufacturer of Huy Fong Foods Sriracha Sauce and withdrawn its nuisance complaint and lawsuit after a meeting with the company’s owner and representatives of the state’s economic development office. The Associated Press reports that Huy Fong Foods Owner David Tran has promised to take action to improve the plant’s air filtration system if the offensive odors that gave rise to complaints from local residents recur during next year’s production season. Texas had sent a delegation of lawmakers to California to let Tran know that if Irwindale wasn’t happy about Huy Fong Foods’ presence in their city, Texas would be happy to accommodate the plant.
Giovanni Food Co. Inc. has earned Gluten-Free Certification from NSF International, a global public health organization, for its Greenview Kitchen organic pasta sauce, pizza sauce and bruschetta. The NSF Gluten-Free label is a signal to consumers with gluten intolerance or celiac disease that the product contains less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.
This is essential as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently published the final rule that sets a gluten limit of 20 parts per million (ppm) in foods labeled as “gluten-free,” “without gluten,” “free of gluten” or “no gluten.” The compliance date of this final rule is August 5, 2014. In 2011, NSF International developed a voluntary gluten-free standard and certification program, which verifies that certified products do not exceed this limit.
This certification helps Giovanni Food Co. meet the needs of consumers who need verification that the products they purchase are gluten-free. It is also significant to the company’s current private-label and contract manufacturing customers.
“It is important to our company that we provide consumers with products that have the attributes they are looking for,” said Louis DeMent, CEO of Giovanni Food Co. “Having this gluten-free certification, along with our recent non-GMO project verification, enables our brand, Greenview Kitchen, to stand out among the many others that are in the marketplace.”
To earn the certification, Giovanni Food Co. had to meet the requirements of the NSF Gluten-Free Certification Program by developing a gluten-free compliance plan for production and/or handling facilities and successfully pass both on-site facility audits and product testing. Supplier assurance, manufacturing practices and training methods were evaluated to verify the company’s ability to create products that meet the certification requirements. Random product samples were collected and tested at an NSF International laboratory to verify gluten levels are below the FDA limit.Facilities are audited and products are tested annually to confirm ongoing compliance to the program.
“NSF International developed this voluntary standard to provide consumers with a science-based gluten-free certification program they can trust,” said Jaclyn Bowen, General Manager, Agriculture and Specialty Food Programs at NSF International. “Earning NSF Gluten-Free Certification for its Greenview Kitchen organic pasta sauce, pizza sauce and bruschetta demonstrates Giovanni Food Co.’s dedication to meeting the needs of its customers as well as the gluten-free integrity of its products.”
Products meeting all certification requirements are authorized to bear the NSF Gluten-Free seal and are included on NSF International’s website to demonstrate the products are certified gluten-free.
Hot Fiesta Pepper from JilliPepper is an all purpose dry spice that can be added to beef, pork, chicken or fish. Shake it into tomatoes for a great tasting salsa; mix it with sour cream for a dip for vegetables or chips, make fabulous queso dip by mixing it with chesse. Shake it into ground beef or ground turkey for spicy meatballs. For a unique Bloody Mary just stir some Hot Fiesta Pepper into your drink. A great rub on steak or a pork roast. Hot Fiesta Pepper is your Shake it! Mix it! Dip it! Roll it! Rub it! product.
A Scovie award winner 2010, 2011, 2012 and again in 2013, Hot Fiesta Pepper is the creation of JilliPepper’s Founder and Owner, Jill Levin. Since 1994, JilliPepper has created hot and spicy products for everyone who loves the flavor of New Mexico foods.
Hot Fiesta Pepper is currently being used by foodies and gourmets nationwide, leading restaurants and caterers and anyone who loves the flavor of New Mexican food. It can be purchased at leading grocery and food services, gift and gift basket companies, kitchen accessories retailers, food catalogs, gourmet and specialty retailers or online at www.jillipepper.com.
For more information, contact: JilliPeppers Inc. www.jillipepper.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 505-385-7714, Fax: 505-344-8633.
Award-winning Caramelized Onion Marmalade from The Tracklement Company, one of the U.K.’s most celebrated specialty condiment producers, is now available in the U.S. through online outlets and retail grocery stores.
Made by hand in small batches at Tracklement’s factory in Sherston, a village of 2,000 in Wiltshire, England, Caramelized Onion Marmalade won top “Great Taste” and “Taste of the West” awards in the U.K. in 2012. It has a sweet roasted-onion flavor derived from its main ingredient: white onions that are cooked fro three hours and enriched with redcurrant juice.
In England, Caramelized Onion Marmalade is served alngside grilled or roasted meats and is a popular accompaniment for pates, terrines and cheese. Tracklement’s owner Guy Tullberg serves it melted over sausages and as a topping for any grilled burger. It is also used to enhance gravies or sauces.
The Tracklement Company produced more than 60 tons of Onion Marmalade last year. It is currently available online at Amazon.com through CyberCucina.com and Lobels.com, and at independent retail stores, including Eli’s Manhattan, Formaggio Kitchen, Epicure Market and Home Grown Meats. The suggested U.S. retail price is $7.99 for a 9-ounce jar.
Tracklement’s U.S. distributor is Belgravia Imports of Portsmouth, R.I.