“We are extremely excited to launch our new organic product line,” said Jim Gordon, President and CEO of Robert Rothschild Farm. “During our extensive research, we determined that great-tasting organic sauces are challenging to find. Consumers are seeking healthy choices, and we felt compelled to create outstanding sauces with on-trend flavors. Our sauces are an easy way to add distinct flavor to organic proteins or vegetables.”
The Robert Rothschild Farm product line now includes several new organic sauces, including Blueberry Balsamic Sauce, Citrus Chardonnay Sauce, Pineapple Habanero BBQ Sauce, Sriracha Teriyaki Sauce, Whiskey Pepper Cream Sauce and White Wine Creole Sauce.
In Robert Rothschild Farm’s Blueberry Balsamic Sauce, sweet blueberries are complemented by balsamic vinegar with flavorful notes from shallots, basil and black pepper. The organic Citrus Chardonnay Sauce pairs fennel with the sweetness of honey and bursts of flavor from oranges and chardonnay. The popular Roasted Pineapple & Habanero Dip inspired the company’s organic Pineapple Habanero BBQ Sauce. Sweet pineapples, honey, spicy habanero peppers and ginger make this sweet and spicy barbecue sauce. Classic teriyaki sauce with sriracha and a hint of orange are blended to create the company’s new organic Sriracha Teriyaki Sauce. The company’s organic Whiskey Pepper Cream Sauce has a medley of flavors, including Dijon mustard, rich cream, garlic and black pepper – all accented by a touch of whiskey and white miso to create a creamy sauce with a kick of heat. Finally, the organic White Wine Creole Sauce is started with a spicy tomato base, adding a splash of white wine to the classic trinity of celery, bell peppers, and onions to create a Southern-inspired sauce.
All of Robert Rothschild Farm’s new sauces are packaged in bottles that resemble old-timey milk bottles for a retro look that underscores the tradition behind them.
Chef Steve Constantine showcased the company’s new Citrus Chardonnay Sauce during the Summer Fancy Food Show by incorporating it into a citrus slaw that he used to top shrimp tacos. The tacos were served to an eager crowd at the Robert Rothschild Farm booth.
Robert Rothschild Farm is also reintroducing its Raspberry Thunder Sauce, back by popular demand. “Our consumers continually asked if we could make the Raspberry Thunder Sauce,” said Jim Gordon. “We listened to our consumers and are relaunching the spicy hot sauce with a new look but the same great taste.”