Trends are moving towards scratch cooking. Using a sauce mix allows culinary professionals to utilize a shortcut without eliminating their creativity.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 14, 2015
Foothill Farms®, St. Louis based, foodservice manufacturer of dry seasonings, sauces, dressings, and desserts, released three new mixing instruction videos. The videos showcase cheese sauce, ranch dressing and instant gravy mixes. Each video features Foothill Farms new packaging and allows foodservice professionals to better understand how to obtain a consistent end product in just a few steps with one or two additional ingredients.
Foothill Farms hopes the new mixing videos will educate foodservice operators and distributors on the benefits of using speed scratch sauce mixes. “Trends are moving towards scratch cooking,” said Luann Schafer, senior marketing manager. “Using a sauce mix allows culinary professionals to utilize a shortcut without eliminating their creativity. Our products are very versatile and often customized with herbs, fresh vegetables and spices.”
For more information on Foothill Farms, please contact Kent Precision Foods Group at 800-442-5242 or precisionfoods.com/contact. To watch the videos, please visit the resources tab on the Foothill Farms website, foothillfarms.com.
About Foothill Farms®
Foothill Farms is a registered trademark of Kent Precision Foods Group, a dry-blending and packaging food company specializing in providing finished products for customers in foodservice, industrial businesses and consumer products. Customized products produced vary widely and include salad dressing mixes, frozen desserts, seasoning blends, stuffing mixes, seasoned rice and sauces. Flavorwise™ products were created to help offer more options without sacrificing taste. All products with the Flavorwise designation are conscious of sodium (containing 310 mg or less), fat and cholesterol and do not contain added MSG, so customers can make smarter choices. Learn more about the brand by following them on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and their blog, foothillfarmsblog.com.