Carolina Ingredients has created a traditional mustard based bbq sauce and added heat to make this flavor zing on a potato chip.
Pimento Cheese is a mix of cheese, pimento peppers, and mayonnaise, often found in Southern Cuisine. It now has multiple variations.
This Habanero Honey spice and seasoning blend is a hot and sweet combo perfect for snacks, chips, wings, and dressings.
The Maras Pepper is Turkish, deep red in color, and produces a slow, subtle heat. They are a common Aleppo Pepper substitute.
Cinnamon is a winter spice that has a number of varieties. We created 2 snack seasonings: roasted cinnamon and hot cinnamon.
Aji Amarillo is a yellow and bright orange Peruvian pepper with fruity notes. We have a kosher, Non-GMO snack seasoning blend.
Spice distributor Carolina Ingredients is introducing 4, sweet non-GMO snack seasonings that are ready to tempt your customers.
Come visit spice distributor Carolina Ingredients at booth #644 for the Snaxpo Convention, held this year from March 19 through March 22 in Houston, TX.
Come visit us at booth #433 for the Snaxpo Convention, held this year from March 28 through March 31 in Orlando, FL.
After developing a new idea for a snack flavor, do your seek out a strategic partner to develop the flavor seasoning for you?
Our most recent snack seasoning blend and flavor innovation is a Pineapple Brown Sugar Rub with sweet acidity and warm spicy notes.
Go for an easy crowd pleaser, and use our Korean BBQ sauce on chicken wings, short ribs or try the ever-popular Korean BBQ tacos!
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and our innovation team has taken note, developing new snack seasoning blends.
Sriracha is back in the news due to the ruling that their production at the Huy Fong Foods’ factory in Irwindale, California is a “public nuisance.”
Ethnic flavors continue to be very popular in snack seasoning trends. How are you taking advantage of specific cuisines and flavor trends?
Carolina Ingredients Moves into 2014 with the Non-GMO Project! We can now formulate and certify our blends to Non-GMO Project standards at Carolina Ingredients!
Food safety used to be just about microbes in your food that would make you sick. Now, Non-GMO is ranking higher in influence in consumer’s purchasing decisions.
On September 4th, Carolina Ingredients shut down its production facility to have a lunch and learn with Congressman Mulvaney...