EHL launches organic spiced cranberry stuffing blend for Christmas

EHL Ingredients has launched a new organic spiced cranberry stuffing mix, bringing a seasonal twist to traditional Christmas fare and accompaniments. The spiced cranberry stuffing combines organic nutmeg, cinnamon and black pepper with tangy cranberries to bring festive flavours to seasonal dishes. The blend is part of a new organic stuffing range which includes Onion and mixed herb, Garlic, tomato and herb, and Sultana, lemon and mixed spice. The organic mixes are an exciting addition to the seasonal range EHL has developed to add flavour and texture to Christmas dinners. The new organic stuffing mixes are the result of over six months’ research and development and following rigorous trials, tests and tastings they are now available to the food manufacturing industry. The versatile mixes can be added to meat main course dishes, such as prepared turkey or beef joints, or used in dry format to create stuffing mixtures and balls. In addition, EHL offers two conventional stuffing mixes – Sage, onion, apple and lemon stuffing and a Warm winter spice with apricot and herb stuffing mix, featuring a flavoursome mixture of allspice, ginger, cinnamon, mace, nutmeg, apricot, thyme and parsley. The leading importer, blender and packer of food ingredients from around the world also supplies mulled wine blends, dried fruit mixes and mixed seasonal spices. EHL’s mulled wine and cider blend includes a balanced combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger. EHL’s premium ground mixed spice blend is the perfect product to use in a variety of Christmas-themed recipes while dried fruits and mixed peel are also key ingredients for baked goods such as Christmas puddings, stollen and fruit loaves as well as modern recipes, such as spiced orange and cranberry cake and mince pie cupcakes. Food manufacturers and processors looking to create quality Christmas dishes and accompaniments for supermarket shelves or foodservice outlets should start stocking up on these versatile new blends and popular ingredients from EHL. EHL can supply these new blends under short lead times if required, can collaborate with brands and food manufacturers developing new products and can also offer advice on new and existing formulations. Tasneem Backhouse, Sales and Marketing Director at EHL Ingredients, says: “Following customer demand for new and innovative additions to traditional Christmas recipes, as well as responding to market trends for quality, organic products, we have developed this new organic stuffing blend. British consumers are always looking for the next big food trend, especially around Christmas, and our new organic stuffing mixes are certain to be a popular choice. We expect the new spiced cranberry, in particular, to be a festive favourite. “It’s important for food manufacturers to stay one step ahead and use interesting, quality products that consumers will love and buy time and again. Christmas is always a key period for us and our quality spices are perfect for many types of bakery items, ready meals and Christmas-themed dishes and accompaniments.” EHL has carried out research and development over several months to offer organic ingredient blends, which ensure food manufacturers, processors and bakers are using only the highest quality ingredients in their end products. All blends are formulated on-site in EHL’s new product development kitchen using high quality ingredients from trusted suppliers around the globe. EHL Ingredients can offer allergen-free and organic blends on request, can match or enhance existing blends and can collaborate with manufacturers on bespoke formulations for new products. EHL’s new organic blends are available direct to food manufacturers and via wholesalers, distributors and cash and carries across the UK. Its products are available in various quantities, dependent on requirements. To discuss your requirements or to find out more about the new blends, email info@ehl-ingredients.co.uk or call 0161 480 7902.

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Posted: August 4, 2015 at 10:30 am

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