NETHERLANDS: Quest launches new vegetable range to meet all consumer requirements
Dutch group Quest Food has launched a new range of 14 flavour preparations called Culinary Advantage®, its largest vegetable tastes and textures range to date. Quest explained that the chef-style taste profiles have been designed to reflect global dishes and cooking styles including sweating, sautéing, frying, braising and roasting. The range, said the company, is developed fpr use in soups, sauces and ready-made meals. It also includes products fundamental to recipes like mirepoix* and accent flavours that characterise finished recipes.
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