Companies around the country are looking to pulses, spice, and shorter ingredient lists in a quest to reach the natural shopper. But what about the brands that have been doing as much from the start? For whom this is not trendy, but part of their DNA? Bueno Foods — which is now celebrating its 65th anniversary — is one such brand.
When Winston Stona founded Caribbean gourmet food company Busha Browne’s over 25 years ago, Caribbean cuisine was still unfamiliar to many cooks, consumers and shoppers. But as consumers’ preference for new, innovative, and flavorful products has increased, so too has demand for the company’s sauces, chutneys and jellies. Stona shares his journey in a video interview with Project NOSH.
Nuna Naturals, the ‘100% Organic, Always and Only’ protein company has just launched their newest variety, pre-sliced Curry Chicken.
Annie Chun’s, leading maker of convenient, Pan-Asian foods, recently expanded its popular line of Seaweed Snacks with new crunchworthy Seaweed Crisps. The crisps will launch nationwide in original, cinnamon and gochujang flavors.
Bibigo, leading maker of Korean pantry staples, today announced the expansion of its signature line of condiments to include Gochujang, a fermented hot pepper paste that delivers dynamic and complex flavors. The sauce is now available in traditional retail stores nationwide including Target, Sprouts, HEB and more.
What is the future of Indian food in America’s grocery stores? Project NOSH spoke with a pair entrepreneurs (Maya Kaimal and Shiraz Noor of The Chaat Company) at Natural Products Expo East to try to figure it out.