Sauce of inspiration

Foottit, Lesley
July 2013
Morning Advertiser;7/25/2013, Issue 112, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of oils and condiments in coming up with new flavours of food for pub customers in Great Britain. It notes the proliferation of build-your-own meals and customisation among the pubs. Survey shows the preference of consumers on for ethnic flavours over their hot counterpart. It points out the power of condiments and table sauces for the make or break dining outside the house.


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