Soup and bean flavourings range gets a revamp

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The improved flavours from Unbar Rothon encompass a variety of spices
The improved flavours from Unbar Rothon encompass a variety of spices
A seasonings supplier has upgraded its range of flavourings for soups and beans.

Unbar Rothon has created premium, standard and economy grades for each of the flavours – and organic, healthy eating and gluten-free styles are available in all three.

Listed among the improved flavours for beans are chilli, Mexican chilli, mixed bean salads, hot and spicy, barbecue, curry, Madras, korma, piri piri and smoky bacon.

The selection for soups is “equally all embracing”​, said Unbar Rothon director Richard Rothon. “Both soups and beans can be bland products, so the flavours we generate make them innovative, unique and exciting.”

Global interest in the UK company’s seasonings design service is growing, Rothon added.

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