My favorite part of traveling is tasting flavors from different cultures around the world, and with our new products, we are bringing flavors to the table that have never been experienced in the hummus world.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Hope Hummus shares exotic flavors from around the globe with the release of exciting new products including a Spanish-inspired Jalapeno Cilantro hummus, a southwestern Green Chile Lime hummus, and the world’s first commercially-distributed Thai Coconut Curry hummus.
“My favorite part of traveling is tasting flavors from different cultures around the world, and with our new products, we are bringing flavors to the table that have never been experienced in the hummus world,” Hope Hummus President Robbie Rech said.
In a balance of the heat of roasted Green Chiles from Hatch, New Mexico with a sweet splash of fresh-squeezed lime, the Green Chile Lime hummus infuses the traditional green chile flavors native to the Southwest US and Mexico. The Spanish-inspired Jalapeno Cilantro is bold and creamy with just the right amount of kick from its hand-picked organic jalapenos. Yellow curry and shredded coconut combine with fresh jalapenos to make the Thai Coconut Curry hummus the most exotic and delicious flavor this side of Bangkok.
"Having just launched in a select number of stores, we are already hearing some tremendous feedback. We are really excited because these truly artisan flavors, like all of Hope's organic hummus, are gluten free, vegan and kosher,” Rocky Mountain Sales Manager Paul Croft said.
With production taking place in Boulder, CO, Hope Hummus expanded their distribution into all of the West and Northwest in October of 2012, and their product is now available in the following 17 states: WA, OR, CA, AZ, NV, ID, MT, SD, WY, CO, UT, NM, TX, KS, AR, OK, and LA.
To find Hope Hummus in a store near you, type your location into their store locator at http://hopehummus.com/find-hope/ or simply visit hopehummus.com from your mobile device to use their interactive GPS store finder.