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Condiments and Sauces

La Piana Romantica Happy Apple Condiment

Italian Foods Corporation is introducing La Piana® Romantica Happy Apple Condiment, a versatile apple cider vinegar-based product imported from the Emilia-Romagna region near Modena, Italy, for the 2017 Winter Fancy Food Show, where it will be available for tasting in the Italian Foods Corp. booth.

The new Happy Apple Condiment melds sweet and tart notes with a combination of apple cider vinegar and concentrated apple juice for a range of culinary applications, according to General Manager Francesca Lapiana-Krause. Packaged in tall, slender 8.4-ounce glass bottles, Happy Apple Condiment has a suggested retail price of $14.99.

The new condiment may be used traditionally as a dressing for fruit or lettuce salads and slaws as well as a base for apple or stone fruit sauces or compotes for pork, and when slightly reduced, makes a savory glaze for poultry. The versatile Happy Apple Condiment also can be used as a sweet and savory topping for pancakes, she said. In addition to the new condiment, Italian Foods’ Romantica line includes Gran Reserva Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and Rosé Condiment. The La Piana line also includes Bronze, Silver and Gold Balsamic Vinegars of Modena.

More information is available online or by calling 1.888.516.7262.

Gaucho Ranch Chimichurri Sauces

Gaucho Ranch Chimichurri Sauces are the perfect condiment for you if you’re tired of sugary barbecue sauces and miss the natural flavors of steak, chicken, seafood or pork. Gaucho Ranch Chimichurri is made of a complex and delicious mix of herbs, spices, garlic, oil and vinegar which tenderize and enhance the natural flavors of your proteins. It’s also very low in sodium, has no cholesterol, no trans fats and low calories.

Vegetarian? Gaucho Ranch Chimichurri Sauces are also excellent served over roasted vegetables, rice, couscous or as a dipping sauce for fresh bread. Four unique flavors cater to every possible occasion, all featuring a different herbal profile ranging from Rosemary and Oregano to Basil and Thyme or Cilantro and Mint. Whether you want to offer your guests a new and exciting chimichurri burger, or chimichurri shrimp kabobs, your friends and family will love your creation.
Gaucho Ranch Chimichurri is shelf-stable and packaged in 12.5-ounce bottles.

Cordoba Foods
786.202.3144
sales@gauchoranchfoods.com
www.gauchoranchfoods.com

Cucina Fresca Gourmet Foods Introduces Vegan Bolognese Sauce

Cucina Fresca Gourmet Foods is marketing the release of its fresh Vegan Bolognese with Field Roast Classic Meatloaf in a 16-ounce retail unit with pop-up tastings at many Pacific Northwest retailers.

Cucina Fresca Owner and Executive Chef Brad Glaberson crumbles Field Roast’s Classic Meatloaf into his rich and savory tomato sauce; California vine-ripened tomatoes, extra-virgin olive oil, fresh carrots and celery, white wine, fresh garlic, herbs and spices. Field Roast is a maker of grain-based meat alternative products. This pairing of Cucina Fresca and Field Roast products makes a hearty Bolognese-style sauce that’s delicious with pasta, pizza, lasagna and sandwiches.

“Our Vegan Bolognese is so rich and savory that it’s appealing to everyone.” says Glaberson. “I like Bolognese and wanted a vegan one – it was easy.”

This offering comes at a time of immense growth in the vegan food space because more than ever people are including vegan options in their diet. The sauce is available now on shelves in the Pacific Northwest, and Cucina has sights on nationwide distribution now to early 2017.

“We’re excited to see Field Roast used in a product coming from a fellow Seattle producer,” says Field Roast Chef Sandra Gray. “It’s an exciting time for vegan food, and this sauce gives our Classic Meatloaf such a delicious base. Brad created something really special.”

 

Find Cucina Fresca Vegan Bolognese in the Pacific Northwest at Whole Foods Market, New Seasons Market, Bayview Thriftway, Harbor Greens, Ken’s Market Greenwood and Queen Anne, Marketime Foods, Stadium Thriftway and West Seattle Thriftway.

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