What's New


Alcohol Flavors Move Beyond Beverages

Spirits are moving from behind the bar into the kitchen. Check out a handful of recent product launches that have made their way into the global retail scene. Read More

Mizkan Americas Adds Moonshine To Its Denatured Spirits Lineup

Mizkan Americas Food Ingredients Division announced the addition of Moonshine white whiskey to its line of denatured spirits. Read More


The Future Of Spicy Foods

As consumer interest in both ethnic foods and hot and spicy flavors continues to grow, lesser-known peppers are moving into the mainstream. Read More


Mizkan Americas Adds Sweet Marsala Wine To Its Non-Preservative Cooking Wine Offerings

Mizkan Americas Food Ingredients Division announced the addition of a 12% Sweet Marsala Cooking Wine with no preservatives to its line of non-preservative cooking wines. Read More


Angostura Bitters Now Available In Larger Sizes For Food Manufacturers

Previously packed in glass bottles, Angostura bitters are now available in 5-gallon pails and in 55-gallon drums, making it easier to use in an industrial setting. Read More


Use Of Alcohol In Formulations On The Rise

Growing interest in classic cocktails translates to rising use of spirits and other alcohol in formulations. Read More


Turning Up The Heat

A growing Hispanic population is creating demand for spicier, more authentic Latin foods in the United States, and Mizkan Americas’ Border Foods line of Chiles can help manufactures turn up the heat. Read More


Complex Cravings

For several years, adding spice to recipes and formulations was all about adding heat. Today, however, consumers like dishes with the juxtaposition of heat select sweet, hot, sour and umami flavors. Read More

Classic Condiments Get Dressed Up

Gourmet adaptations of traditional condiments are tantalizing taste buds both at retail and in restaurants, with fast-casual establishments among those expanding their sandwich offerings using fancier flavors. Read More


Saucing Up Sales

The sauce, marinade, and dressing industry reached $7.4 billion in 2013 and will be at $9.1 billion by 2018. By following the latest trends for the category, store brands could get their fair share of that growth. Read More


Barbara Zatto Named RCA Regional Chair

The Research Chefs Association named Barbara Zatto, Director of Culinary at Mizkan Americas, Inc., the regional chair of the Pacific Northwest. Read More  


Staying Hot

As Americans burn out on the Ghost Pepper fad, Barbra Zatto, director of culinary for Mizkan Americas, Inc. explains why authentic ethnic cuisine has never been hotter. Read More


Global Cuisines That Keep Turning Up The Heat

Barbra Zatto, director of culinary for Mizkan Americas, Inc., explores how demand for regional, authentic heat is driving the popularity of spicy Latin, Asian, Indian and African dishes, and what that means for the future of American cuisine. Read More


Firing Up Product Development

Adventurous consumers are turning up the heat on chefs and products developers to formulate foods and beverages with bolder flavors and ranges of heat, from subtle to scorching. Read More
 


Latin Sandwiches On The Rise

Sandwiches are a great way to try new ethnic flavors at a low cost. And as more Latin-influenced products explode onto the scene, Latin sandwiches are set to become more popular than ever. Read More


Rice Vinegars: For Flavor And Less Sodium

How formulators can use Rice Vinegars to add authentic Asian flavor to foods while cutting back on some of the salt. Read More


Sandwiches Go Gourmet

How the sandwich revolution is changing the way Americans enjoy burgers, hotdogs and sausages. Read More


Flavorful Sodium-Reduced Foods

While keeping sodium content low is a priority for most food designers, studies have shown that adding low concentrations of vinegar to foods may enhance the flavor of saltiness and allow food manufacturers to reduce sodium without affecting taste. Read More


Little Effort, Big Flavor

While most people only think of roasting carrots or cauliflower, roasting almost any vegetable or whole spice is an easy way to bring out its natural sweetness or deepen its flavor. Read More


Heat is Hot, but Depth of Flavor is Key

Mizkan Americas' Barb Zatto talks about complexity of flavors in ethnic and mainstream condiments in the October issue of Food Business News.

Bringing Flavor to Life at the IFT Expo

Mizkan Americas introduces five new products. Read the full article from Prepared Foods.

The Line Between Authenticly Ethnic and the American Palate

In the Food Business News article, "Breaking the Rules", Mizkan Americas' Barb Zatto shares insights into clean labels, traceability of ingredients and education on usage of new condiments and sauces.

Border Foods Crop Report – Early July 2013

The good news is that the drought has abated and we are seeing replenishment of the water resources across the country. A very late winter delayed planting and we have a long way to go before the fall crops can be considered a certainty. In New Mexico, we are seeing near ideal growing conditions...continue reading

What's Hot?

In the June issue of Food Business News, Barb Zatto provides insight on authentic flavors and the Ghost Pepper trend.


Food Trends - Finding the Next Chipotle

Mizkan's Barb Zatto weighs in on the latest ethnic flavor trends in Food Business News.

Turn Up the Heat

Mizkan Americas' Border Foods chile products help food manufacturers bring authentic Latin flavors to consumers. Read more in the April issue of Prepared Foods.

New Bourbon Reductions

Mizkan Americas recently introduced its all-natural Bourbon Reductions, available in sweetened and unsweetened versions. See the announcement featured on FoodProductDesign.com.

Culinary Trends - Surge in Interest in Authentic Hispanic Flavors

Read the Culinology article from the Research Chefs Association, featuring Mizkan Americas and how we're answering the call for more authentic flavors throughout the food industry.

Ingredient Insight

Vinegar - variety and trends, featured in Food Product Design, July 2012.  Read the story.

Soups Go Low-Sodium

Mizkan experts weigh in on cracking the sodium code in the July 2012 issue of Food Product Design.

Mizkan Well Positioned for Popular Flavor Fusion

Read the article featured in Food Product Design.

Mizkan Set to Make Acquisition

Mizkan Euro-Americas, a business unit of the Mizkan Group, is in the process of acquiring the vinegar and sour pickle business of Premier Foods plc for £41 million ($64 million). The sale is expected to be completed by the end of July.

The purchase includes the Sarson’s, Haywards and Dufrais lines of branded products. Sarson's Malt Vinegar and Haywards Pickled Vegetables are both No. 1 in their respective categories while the Dufrais brand is No. 2 in specialty vinegars, according to Mizkan. The brands are manufactured at a production facility in the city of Middleton in the U.K.

“All of the brands fit well with our product portfolio in Europe and North America and represent an excellent strategic fit as we expand our business base in the U.K. and across Europe,” said Craig Smith, president and chief executive officer of Mizkan Euro-Americas.

"Latin Sandwiches on the Rise" - Feature story by Barbara Zatto, as seen in the May 2012 issue of Food Product Design.

Mizkan Americas is ready to answer the call for chiles as demand for traditional, ethnic flavors heats up. Read more in the April 2012 edition of Food Product Design.

"Specialty Soups" soar in popularity. Mizkan's Barbara Zatto comments on the trend of artisan and ethnic soups in the March 2012 issue of Food Product Design.

Mizkan announces the expansion of their wine reduction capacity. 

Due to the overwhelming demand of Mizkan’s wine reductions within the industrial food sector, Mizkan has announced it has doubled its capacity of wine reductions at their Lake Alfred, FL facility. This move will decrease production lead time, ensure supply meets future rising demands and provides opportunities for further line extensions. 

BRC Audit Results

Vinegar Reduces Sodium without compromising flavor.