Here are some of the things that the press have been saying about us and some of the awards we have won!
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“The Growth of Beets: Ketchup means sweet, red tomato sauce to the average American palate. The Foraging Fox is challenging the condiment category with their beetroot ketchup”.
Food show spins protein, beets and, yes, kombucha
“Beets are the new tomatoes: The Foraging Fox is making a beetroot ketchup….which would make a fine substitute.”
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- “Beet it: Beets are the “it” vegetable this year!”
Forget tomato. From curry to beetroot, we test ketchup’s crazy new flavours by Beverley Turner & her children Kiki & Trixie
“WHAT: This lovely deep reddish purple sauce harnesses the naturally sweet flavours of beetroot and apple. With no artificial flavours, colours or sweeteners it is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
TASTE TEST: Despite containing no actual tomatoes, this has a fresh and earthy flavour. The makers say it is ‘good with everything’, but just the word beetroot made Kiki exclaim: ‘It wouldn’t go with anything!’ In fact we all liked it, finding it not-too-sweet (15g sugar per 100g), and an interesting accompaniment to chips.
The beetroot, being a superfood proven to increase bloodflow, left us all feeling rather virtuous”.
The Times – the table
The new smoky taste of summer. There’s an increasing range of ready smoked artisan products on the market. The Foraging Fox has just launched a smoked Beetroot Ketchup.
The Telegraph – Bitegeist
“Going up – Feel the beet. This summer, nay this year, the biggest food trend…charcoal scented and barbecue grilled…The perfect accompaniment…The Foraging Fox’s Smoked Beetroot Ketchup couldn’t have been launched at a better time. Rich and tangy from beets smoked over oak chips, it’s great for sloshing on burgers and bangers alike.”
The Foraging Fox adds Smoked Beetroot to “all-natural, allergen-free” ketchups line-up – May 2016 Beth Gault
” At the heart of our brand is an adherence to all natural ingredients, so artificial additives were never an option…Our Smoked Beetroot Ketchup has been a real labour of love. Getting the recipe right and remaining true to our original core ingredients was a challenge.”
Try This…Beetroot Ketchup
The benefits of beetroot for endurance and cardiovascular health are well established. And while the odd blob of ketchup won’t provide enough nitrates to act as a substitute for performance-boosting beet gels and bars, it sure tastes better.
“Dollop liberally on burgers and sausages this barbeque season. Heinz watch out….”
Emma Kirke – Medicinal Kitchen
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