McCormick Buys French's
McCormick acquired French's brands for $4.2bn. This acquisition includes French's, Frank's RedHot and Cattleman's brands. This should grealy boost McCormick's share in the condiments market in the United States. Click to read more on the sale.
Mizkan Adds Organic Rice Vinegar to Portfolio
Mizkan has come out with a new line of Organic Rice Vinegar. They have a variety of new organic products to check out on their website or you can click the link to see the article.
Frank’s RedHot Reduced Sodium Cayenne Pepper Sauce
Select, aged cayenne peppers are used to produce a rich, red, flavorful hot sauce that is 30% less sodium than standard RedHot Sauce. Available in both drums and totes.
International Dehydrate Food's bone broth protein offers great benefits and is an excellent source of type II collagen. Check out this White Paper study to see all the benefits that Bone Broth gives to both consumers and processors.
IDF's chicken protein isolate powder is becoming more and more popular. IDF's CHiKPRO brand protein powder is being used by different body builders and wrestlers as it grows in popularity.
Wan Ja Shan's Organic Soy Sauce
Wan Ja Shan has a variety of organic ingredients that are perfect for all kinds of clean label foods. Among these ingredients is their USDA certified organic soy sauce. Their organic soy sauce lineup includes reduced sodium and aged soy sauce options. To learn more click on the link below.
Caramelized Sugar, the alternative to Caramel Color!
We have heard that some customers feel the price of the Sethness product is one half of EFP’s and VPI’s. The below study conducted by one of our customers indicates quite the opposite. Our products can be used at a lower level to offset any perception of higher cost.
We have extensive customer feedback identifying a chemical note/after taste in the Sethness product. The fact of the matter is, our manufacturers have been burning sugar for 100 and 150 years, and it is not a process that is quickly and easily duplicated.
In tests conducted by an EFP customer comparing EFP and Sethness Caramelized Sugar Syrups the following results were found:
Compared 3 Sethness syrups (light, medium, and dark types) to 3 popular EFP syrups (light, medium, and dark):
EFP Item Sethness Item
Compared 6% solutions of each. CS1 was sweeter, with practically no color. 70/042-01 was less sweet with light red-brown tones at 6%. At 3% there was little sweetness and a light copper color.
Comparing 1% solutions, both have a low flavor impact, low sweetness, and practically no roasted note. Color of 75/180-01 was about 6X vs CS5
A 0.25% solution of 75/760-01 was comparable to a 1% solution of CS30. So the 8760 is 4 times stronger in color and flavor. Both have low sweetness and a roasted flavor, and a dark color compared to the other types.