Baron Foods is proud to announce another win at the International Superior Taste Award 2015 for its innovative Banana Ketchup product. The award ceremony was held in Brussels, Belgium on June 4th, 2015.
This Banana Ketchup product, was also recognized at the Top Innovations of Anuga 2013, Taste 13 competition.
Baron Foods’ Banana Ketchup was first launched a few years ago and has been recognized globally for its unique flavour profile. The company is very pleased that its Banana Ketchup has been granted with a 2 Gold Star award which is classified as a “remarkable” product with marks between 80% and 90% under the Superior Taste Award judging criteria. In addition, Baron Foods is once again the only company within the Caribbean region to have attained another award from the International Taste & Quality Institute (iTQi). In the previous year, its West Indian Hot Sauce was also the recipient of a Gold Star award from the iTQi.
Capturing this eminent award catapults the Baron brand name further into the international market arena.
This achievement came as no surprise to the individual who spearheaded the operation, the company’s Managing Director, Mr. Ronald Ramjattan. “Baron Foods is a name synonymous with innovation in the processed food industry,” said Ramjattan. “Our foodstuffs have been bringing Caribbean creativity to the rest of the world for decades and the most sophisticated thinking in delivering quality products to markets both regional and global, all of which is attributed to the hard work that is rendered when it comes to attention to detail in formulation and packaging.”
Baron Foods represents a dynamic and reputable manufacturing company with plants located in three Caribbean countries. The company currently manufactures over 150 products, certified against FSSC 22000:2010, including exotic and gourmet sauces, condiments, spices, flavourings, low fat mayonnaise, salad dressings and drink cocktails. The company is export oriented and currently serves markets in the USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, Guyana and the entire English, French, Dutch and Spanish speaking islands of the Caribbean.