Specialty Food Magazine

Winter 2020

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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WINTER 2020 73 BAKED & DISTRIBUTED BY J&M FOODS, INC. 800.264.2278 • www.janis-melanie.com S O M E T H I N G N E W F R O M Organic Salted Caramel Thins S O M E T H I N G N E W F R O M S O M E T H I N G N E W F R O M Dare to Eat Diierent. Enjoy the rich velvety texture an layers of flavor in our Creamy Hot Sauce. www. avesgourmet.com Fancy Food Show Booth #5234 Fancy Food Show Booth #5641 uses flavors of curry, shrimp, and lemongrass in some of its sauces; La Pimenterie, which offers "Bollywood," a spicy Indian-inspired sauce that is mellowed out with maple syrup, and Sriracha Revolver, a company that created a take on sriracha with avocado and ginger as well as mango and fish sauce. "Some sauces with an Asian and Latin bent are celebrating fermented umami flavors not only with ingredients like dried shrimp and shiitake mushrooms but also by fermenting pepper flakes and adding live active cultures," adds Nielsen who notes company Picaflor for its Vida Verde Hot Sauce and Srirawcha Hot Sauce. Picaflor ferments instead of pasteurizes and claims its sauces deliver deep, vibrant flavor with a spicy kick and good-for- your-gut probiotics. More Than a Condiment While consumers are still intrigued that a hot sauce can really enhance the flavor of anything you eat (dabbing some on deviled eggs or splashing some in soup to add some spice are good options), globally inspired ones that have flavor complexities anywhere from mild to spicy to herbaceous, lend themselves to more opportunity when it comes to cooking. "America has a long tradition of using hot sauces as condiments," notes Chaimberg. "But, other countries use them more as ingredients. "Today's customers of regionally inspired sauces may use them as a condiment first but will also experiment—trying out as a marinade, or even as a dipping sauce, for example." And when it comes to hot sauces, Seed Ranch Umami Hot Sauce

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