Baron Foods

A Saint Lu­cian Na­tional Trea­sure

Tropical Traveller Magazine - - NIBBLES -

For twenty-two years Baron Foods have forged a path of suc­cess by bring­ing the favourite flavours of Saint Lu­cia to the world, and cre­at­ing in­no­va­tive prod­ucts to en­hance the cui­sine of the Caribbean. From their head­quar­ters in Vieux Fort, Baron have made their name in ex­cel­lence, qual­ity and pre­sen­ta­tion by win­ning in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed awards and cer­tifi­cates, all of which at­test to the vi­sion that is in­cor­po­rated into each prod­uct.

Clas­sic Pep­per Sauce - Fresh Scotch Bon­net pep­pers, ground with spices and vine­gar then left to age and del­i­cately fer­ment in spe­cial bar­rels to pro­duce this fiery, fla­vor­ful condi­ment.

The Scotch bon­net (Cap­sicum chi­nense) is re­puted as the hottest pep­per in the world. It is found mainly in the Caribbean is­lands, with a shape re­sem­bling a Scot's bon­net . Most Scotch bon­nets have a heat rat­ing of 150,000-325,000 Scov­ille Units .

Award-win­ning Baron West In­dian Hot Sauce - A truly West In­dian Hot Sauce made from fresh, whole­some pep­pers blended with mus­tard to cre­ate its very own in­di­vid­ual pi­quant fla­vor.

Blaz­ing Hot Pep­per Sauce - A highly fla­vored pep­per sauce which fo­cuses as much on heat as it does on fla­vor. With a twist of fresh lime juice, this com­bi­na­tion of Scotch Bon­net Pep­pers, spices and lime juice is sure to sat­isfy those ex­treme heat seek­ers.

Baron Ba­nana Ketchup - A truly un­ortho­dox prod­uct with an ex­otic trop­i­cal fla­vor. Home­grown St. Lu­cian ba­nanas are care­fully se­lected and pro­cessed with a com­bi­na­tion of spices to cre­ate this truly trop­i­cal blend. Great with fries, bar-b-que or with ap­pli­ca­tions as with tra­di­tional Tomato Ketchup.

Ba­nanas are of the fam­ily Musaceae and the fruit av­er­ages 125g, of which ap­prox­i­mately 75% is wa­ter and 25% dry mat­ter con­tent. Ba­nanas are a valu­able source of Vi­ta­min A , Vi­ta­min C , and potas­sium.

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