Wednesday, 18. September 2013 5:25
New York’s Sir Kensington’s is betting it can get you to switch condiment camps.
A year or so ago, it took on Heinz by creating a hand-crafted, all-natural ketchup with a true tomato-y taste. Sir Kensington’s ketchups, which come in Classic and Spiced flavors, are made with vine-ripened pear tomatoes, real onions (as opposed to powdered or dehydrated), cane sugar, honey, agave, apple cider vinegar, coriander, lime juice and allspice.
Now, the company is turning its attention to mayo, believing the standard Best Food (Hellman’s) could use some improvement. It has created a non-GMO mayo in two flavors: Classic and Chipotle. Both are made with sunflower oil and organic cage-free eggs. They’re also gluten-free. A tablespoon of each has 90 calories.