Here are some of the things that the press have been saying about us and some of the awards we have won!
Herts and Essex Observer – Sauce start-up has plans to grow after competition win
“A business that has been making beetroot ketchup on an AGA cooker in Hatfield Broad Oak has won top place in a friendlier version of a TV Dragon’s Den-style contest.”
“Frankie said she found it very satisfying to have made a product without sweeteners or allergens that can be sold and appreciated. She eats the ketchup with every6thing from burgers to hot smoked salmon”.
“Last weekend, my friend put your bottle of ketchup on the table with Sunday lunch and ten of us squabbled over the bottle throughout. It’s as delicious as it is beautiful.”
"I've just had an unforgettable tofu hotdog (way better than it sounds actually) for lunch. With your beetroot ketchup - well blow me down if it wasn’t the best hot dog I’ve had in ages. It was blimmin amazing!"
Herts & Essex Observer – Hatfield Broad Oak business that makes beetroot ketchup wins Dragon’s Den-style award
“Frankie found they had moved to a part of the country where most of the beetroot is grown. She decided to launch the product as a business and asked her friend, Desiree Parker.”
Seasoned by chefs – The Foraging Fox is Victorious at The One Competition 2014
“Following another successful search for the cream of the entrepreneurial crop in East Anglia, Voice Communications is pleased to announce that Essex based producer of Beetroot ketchup, The Foraging Fox, has been crowned winner of The One competition 2014.”
“So delicious with the pulled pork burger. This combination is an absolute winner!”
“I hate beetroot and I’m not a fan of ketchup so how can it possibly be that I love yours?! You clever fox!”
You clever fox!
The Grocer – Foraging Fox seeks ketchup distributor
“Start-up supplier The Foraging Fox is seeking a distributor to help grow its beetroot ketchup. Former city worker Frankie Fox, who developed the product, said there was a gap in the market for more ‘natural’ ketchup.”
“We are loving it in our bacon sarnies this morning. Have you tried it?”
Emma Kirke – Medicinal Kitchen
Hands Up If You Love Ketchup!
Little Pink Kitchen
The Urban Kitchen – What’s in My Kitchen
Ekoista blog review – Sweden
Scottish Mum Review