Inglehoffer’s first ketchup product features a savory tomato flavor and in the food service arena it will be sold at Las Vegas’ new restaurant – Rathaus – slated to open this month. The 6,540-square-foot Rathaus tavern will feature a German beer hall theme and an outdoor patio facing the Strip. It is new to Hawaiian Marketplace, located at 3743 Las Vegas Blvd. S. in Las Vegas, NV.
Beaverton Foods, Inc., the leading manufacturer of specialty branded condiments in the U.S., offered its first ketchup in 2010 with the Beaver Brand Gourmet Ketchup. This item offers a sweeter flavor profile, which combines the company’s proprietary ketchup recipe with its award-winning honey mustard.
The Inglehoffer® Gourmet Ketchup is a natural extension of the Inglehoffer brand lineup, which includes nearly 40 mustards, horseradish, tartar and cocktail sauces, and other specialty condiments. The suggested retail price for the Certified Gluten Free ketchup is $3.15-$3.59 and it is sold in a shelf stable, easy-to-use 10 oz. squeeze bottle.
Domonic Biggi, CEO of Beaverton Foods, said with the growth in the condiments’ market the time is right to introduce an Inglehoffer Gourmet Ketchup.
“We get numerous compliments from our customers about the taste of our ketchup-based sauces,” Biggi said. “The new Inglehoffer ketchup gives our consumers what they want – quality, gluten free goodness at a reasonable price.”