Heinz Foodservice has launched “an exciting new range” of back-of-house sauces, designed to keep pace with changing consumer preference.
The range consists of eight different sauces and relishes including 57 gherkin relish, sticky Korean barbecue sauce, smokey baconnaise, grill-house sauce, creamy black pepper ranch sauce, and mustard barbecue sauce.
There is also a classic burger sauce and hot firecracker sauce, available to the foodservice sector in cases of six.
Heinz Foodservice claimed that the new products would “bring exciting and emerging flavours to your menu and support key trends such as Americana and Pan-Asian”. It is part of a host of innovations being released by the company for 2016.
It will also launch a new tabletop range of squeezable sauces, which includes yellow mustard, classic barbecue and a completely new Seriously Good mayonnaise.
Made from the “finest quality ingredients”, including free range eggs, oil and vinegar, the mayonnaise is free from artificial thickeners, flavourings or colours. The perfect addition to Heinz’s 220ml tabletop range, the Seriously Good mayonnaise will be available from March 2016 in cases of ten.
“More than half of mayonnaise consumers are from a young demographic who demand innovation and a product that wins on taste and naturalness,” a Heinz Foodservice spokesperson said.
The company will also introduce a classic American barbecue sauce in 220ml top-down PET bottles, available from April 2016 in cases of eight. Smokey and sweet in flavour, it is both thick enough for dipping and light enough for marinating.
The innovation is “perfect for on-trend premium burgers and new consumer favourites”, Heinz Foodservice said.
American barbecue is “a trend that is now more popular that traditional British cuisine, with an explosion of host foods such as pulled pork appearing across a range of menus,” the company added.
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