Unbar Rothon Unveils New Autumn Flavours

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Unbar Rothon Unveils New Autumn Flavours

Unbar Rothon Unveils New Autumn Flavours
August 06
09:42 2015

Award-winning flavours house Unbar Rothon is challenging food manufacturers to spice up their Autumn offer with a new and exciting range of flavours for meatballs and stuffings.

Top of the taste parade is a fragrant sweet orange and tart cranberry mix. Other tempting newcomers are leek and black pepper, red pepper and shallot and a classic sage and onion with a significant hit of black pepper.

At the same time the third generation Essex family company has unveiled six innovative new sausage seasonings – two of which (Smokey Garlic & Thyme plus Parsnip Honey & Thyme) are vegetarian friendly.

Also new are memory-jogging cinnamon flavoured pork & toffee apple plus a warm and spicy pork and mango chutney. A sweet and spicy pork, apple, leek and chilli mix plus a spicy apple and black pudding (seen as man food) complete new range.

“We recognise that it is all too easy for an industry to become attached to the familiar and get stuck in the mud,” says Unbar Rothon director Richard Rothon. “We have worked very hard to produce new and interesting ideas which will make a food offer more interesting – and profitable.”

For further information visit www.unbarothon.co.uk.

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