Our Cooking Stocks Have It All – Except the High Salt Content

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Our Cooking Stocks Have It All – Except the High Salt Content

Do you want to know something shocking about our Chicken Bouillon?  It tastes like chicken!  No, really it does!  Where our competitors are packing their products with seasonings (mostly salt) we stay true to the meat or vegetables from which the stock derives.  And if you want more seasoning simply add it to your heart’s content. 

The moment you mix up our chicken cooking stock your kitchen will fill with the comforting aroma of succulent roasted chicken – the flavour we intended.  And you don’t need to worry about lurid colours discolouring your dishes.  Whilst the flavour may be intense and delicious, the colour of our Chicken Bouillon is light and natural.  That’s great news for your white sauces or clear soups. 

Healthy Flavoursome Cooking Stocks From The Leading Stock Manufacturers

Our cooking stocks are low in salt and that means they are very easy to work with, and of course healthier for your patrons.  As the saying goes, ‘you can add, but you can’t take away’ and no saying could be truer when it comes to salt content.  Our wholesale powders give you the freedom to add as much or as little salt as you want.  Expensive salty stocks are uneconomic when you can add inexpensive catering salt to our cooking stocks. 

We would be delighted to tell you more about our wholesale powders and how versatile they are.  Why not visit our presentation kitchen to find out more about our range and how to use them in your recipes?  Our recipe search feature is also great if you are looking for a little inspiration.  Soups, casseroles and sauces – our Chicken Bouillon is one stock you will call on time and time again.

I am 3rd generation sauce man, so the business is in my blood. Does that explain my low cholesterol? My principal role is marketing manager of Rich Sauces but I also regular help with testing, sampling, any general duties are gladly undertaken.

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