The Family Recipes Collection
Nostalgic comfort foods are on the rise now more than ever, as consumers tend to reach for their childhood favorites in times of stress. At the same time, they’re still seeking out trendy and exciting new flavors to shake things up. Our newest collection delivers on nostalgia, while providing new takes on old favorites. We transformed some of our team members’ family recipes into seasonings that deliver not only the nostalgia that consumers are seeking, but that also reflect many of the flavor trends we’re anticipating for 2021.
Tangy & Sour Schmear
The Tangy & Sour Schmear Seasoning based on one of Food Scientist Alyssa Chircus’ mother’s go-to holiday recipes is incredibly versatile. Put it on brisket, bread, or use it as a dip – the possibilities are endless! Better yet, its tangy flavor is exactly what consumers are craving these days.
For Continuous Improvement Engineer Ian Stroube, part of the fun of family recipes is making them your own. Inspired by one of his parents’ favorite holiday recipes that he’s put his own twist on, the Jambalaya Seasoning in the new collection delivers craveable heat. “This seasoning packs a lot of punch when it comes to flavor, making for a delicious meal,” explains Chef Howard Cantor, corporate executive chef at Fuchs North America. Zucchini Bread
Talk about taking an old favorite to the next level! For Dan Grazaitis, Director of Research & Development at Fuchs, it’s the nutmeg that really makes his family’s zucchini bread stand out. The Zucchini Bread Seasoning in our newest collection is inspired by his family’s “not-so-secret” recipe.
Classic doesn’t even begin to describe this Lemon Square Seasoning! Hitting all of the right tart, sour and sweet notes, this seasoning draws inspiration from a recipe that has been passed down for generations. Originally developed by Vice President of Sales & Technical Services Ken Wuestenfeld’s grandmother, this seasoning’s nostalgic roots and on-trend flavor profile are sure to be a hit with consumers.
The Family Recipes Collection was packaged with the help of The Arc Carroll County, an organization that supports adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. To read more about The Arc, click here.