Then there are our fruit flavours
For example, Davidson plums, Kakadu plums and Illawarra plums (none of which are true plums at all) or the aromatic rainforest, finger and desert limes, lemon aspen and riberries. Have you discovered the subtle smoke flavour imparted by paperbark; or the simplicity of using our prime quality sauces, syrups, preserves, condiments or our new paperbark smoke oil?
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A recent review of the food trends for 2010 included many comments from Executive Chefs and Food & Beverage Directors from major International Hotels around the world, who all agreed that new flavours, particularly with a distinctive cuisine focus was the up-coming focus.
With Australian Functional Ingredients, you will find that this website is an essential resource as you grow your business using our incredible ingredients as the focus. What we offer is the path to a continuous income stream because using our ingredients and a few tools which we present below, will keep regulars coming back and bring others with them. Our flavors add enough of a twist to the dishes with which your clients are already familiar so that they will talk and talk about your offerings. And what sells better than word of mouth?
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“I can see these (Australian flavors) being a major food trend in the United States.” Chef Brian McKenzie, Napa Valley Cooking School, California
The interest at recent trade shows in Hong Kong and the USA was astounding. Most telling, were the comments that our flavours and products were pretty much the only new concept at these shows. The many inquiries we had came from both, show attendees and other exhibitors as they saw the innovation and value in adding an Australian twist to their wares.
Articles on my ingredients, their production and on my customers and colleagues appear in magazines and newspapers on a weekly basis as well as a regular amount of television coverage. Would this kind of publicity help your business? Ask us how if you’re struggling. It’s probably only a matter of doing a few things over and over since there are only 3 ways to grow any business and with a tool such as authentic Australian ingredients at hand, it can be just a matter of application and time.