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Beaverton Foods – ‘the New York Yankees of the mustard world’ – earns nine medals!

Oregon’s 86-year-old specialty condiment manufacturer has hit a Grand Slam this year earning three Gold medals – nine total – at the 20th annual World-Wide Mustard Competition.  The event involved 50 judges at the National Mustard Museum in Middleton, WI.  The international competition has included entries from as far away as Japan, Greece and Sweden.

“Watch out,” noted Barry Levenson, curator of the National Mustard Museum, “you will soon be known as the New York Yankees of the mustard world.”

Here is a listing of Beaverton Foods’ award winners, categories and medals: Gold, Sweet Hot: Inglehoffer Sweet Hot Mustard; Gold, Pepper Hot: Beaver Brand Extra Hot Sriracha Mustard; Gold, Horseradish: Beaver Brand Wasabi Horseradish; Silver, Classic Hot: Beaver Brand Russian Mustard; Silver, Horseradish: Inglehoffer Original Horseradish; Silver, Garlic: Beaver Brand Garlic Mustard; Silver, Fruit: Napa Valley Orange Ginger Mustard; Bronze, Classic Hot: Beaver Brand Chinese Mustard; and Bronze, Herb/Veggie: Beaver Brand Coney Island.

Domonic Biggi, CEO of Beaverton Foods, said the fourth generation family owned and operated company is proud to be a long-time participant in the renowned international mustard competition.

“We are humbled to say we have won more than 150 medals at this annual competition,” Biggi said.  “It is rewarding to be recognized from industry professionals and food writers.  This is the second consecutive year for one of our newer mustard flavors – the Sriracha mustard – to earn a coveted Gold.”

The annual competition is open to all commercial mustard producers and agents worldwide.  There are 16 flavor categories of which there are gold, silver and bronze awards given to the contestants.  Since 1995, judges consisting of chefs, food writers and mustard aficionados have blind tasted the mustards in the competition.

A list of all the medal winners can be seen at the museum website: www.mustardmuseum.com.  The National Mustard Museum holds the world’s largest collection of mustards and mustard memorabilia.

Inglehoffer

You’ll find a lot of cheaper horseradish sauces, but in my opinion Inglehoffer is the best.

- Inglehoffer Fan

Inglehoffer

I have never found a better mustard than this one. I like it far better than Grey Poupon, Stone Ground or any other variation. This is the real deal for mustard and dill flavor. A must have for your homemade deli-delicious sandwiches.

- Inglehoffer Fan

Inglehoffer

I like that the ingredients are pretty natural – water, mustard seed, vinegars, sugar, salt, white wine, garlic and spices, xanthan gum, turmeric, citric acid, artificial and natural flavors and annato. It certainly doesn’t taste artificial, and I like that there aren’t any preservatives in it other than the salt and vinegars.

- Inglehoffer Fan

Inglehoffer

Oh boy, this stuff is great and it’s a game changer. I never knew what I was missing. A friend mentioned this to me and I had to try it and I was not disappointed. I have put it on sandwiches and used it on recipes with chicken. It’s really good I don’t know if I can go back to regular mustard now.

- M. Smith

Inglehoffer

I’ve been looking for a true mustard with a slightly sweet honey flavor that doesn’t override the mustard.

- Inglehoffer Fan

Inglehoffer

I was very hesitant to try this but it is absolutely amazing.

- Melissa S.

Beaver

You have not truly experienced food until you have tried this product.
This is an essential condiment that puts regular mustard to shame. Tell no one that this product exists. If everyone tries it, everyone will want it.
Ssshhhhh!

- The Baked Food

Beaver

If you like heat, you’ll like this.

- Michael Rowe

Beaver

Not for sissies.

- Richard H. Irwin

Beaver

I’ve been using it for years. The perfect level of heat and creaminess, and I store it in the fridge, after opening, upsidedown to keep air out and preserve the heat!

- Jonji